Gary Moss was quoted on December 15 by Law360 in an article regarding the U.K. High Court of Justice's order that Allen & Overy and McDermott Will & Emery LLP disclose what they will charge clients Research in Motion Ltd. and Visto Corp. in their latest legal battle. The order comes after Allen & Overy racked up £5.2 million in fees during its successful defense of RIM in an earlier case against Visto. Lord Justice Timothy A.W. Lloyd of the U.K. High Court of Justice determined at the time that the fees, which RIM was seeking to reclaim from Visto, were excessive. "Visto applied for an order that RIM disclose an estimate for fees because they were concerned that history might repeat itself," said Mr. Moss, who is representing Visto in the current patent litigation.