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award to

To bestow something upon someone. A noun can be used between "award" and "to." Our boss awarded the promotion to Joel. The All-Star Game has been awarded to the city of Columbus.
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award something (to someone) (for something)

 and award (someone) something (for something)
to give a prize or reward to someone (for something). The committee awarded a plaque to Andy for his loyalty. They awarded prizes for efficiency to two different people.

award something to someone or something

[for a judge or other legal entity] to decide in favor of a person or group. The judge awarded the judgment to the plaintiff. The jury awarded a large sum to the smaller company.
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attorney's fees are not properly awardable to the defendant.
THE SECURITIES INDUSTRY REGULATORS SHOULD MANDATE THAT PUNITIVE DAMAGES BE AWARDABLE IN SECURITIES ARBITRATION
Absent a specific showing that a parent's guidance had a pecuniary value beyond the irreplaceable values of companionship and affection, no loss of parental care damages are awardable beyond a child's minority, generally age 18.
41) In response, Mercy Hospital argued that Estrada was "essentially trying to craft a way of having a personal injury claim survive death of the injured party" and, therefore, damages should be awardable only up to her projected post-illness lifespan, which would be significantly shorter.
Kuwait: March 12 -- (BNA) The 2nd Arabian Camels Festival kick-starts tomorrow in the sisterly State of Kuwait with participation of more than 420 well-bred Arab camels from 147 breeders inside the State of Kuwait and abroad to compete for a KD 200,000 awardable to the winner during the four-day event.
Any personal injury lawyer knows that if the fact of damages is apparent, even if without mathematical certainty, awardable damages exist.
Limits on Economic Damages and Periodic Payment Provisions--As noted previously, economic damages awardable by the arbitration panel are those provided by general law, including the Florida Wrongful Death Act.
Manama: May 23 -- (BNA) The Kingdom of Bahrain's General Organization for Seaports hosted the (creativity/innovation) prize awardable for excellent shipping operations as part of Sea-Trade2012 Awards for this year aimed at encouraging excellence, creativity in maritime and sea transportation.
In other words, Florida courts could borrow from Florida tort law to create a concurring cause type of affirmative defense that would reduce the back pay, front pay, and damages awardable when the employer had both illegal and legal reasons for its actions.
HH Shaikh Nawaf bin Rashid bin Isa Al Khalifa has been awarded the King Hussain Insignia awardable to high-achievers in each batch.
On the first point, the court found that all the claims arose from the purchase and sale agreements, whether framed in contract, tort, or statute, and were "inextricably intertwined" with the contract, so that fees were awardable for all claims.
Appellate courts have routinely followed Palma in holding that fees incurred in litigating the amount of awardable fees generally are not recoverable in Florida.
Rather, both statutes are intended to limit circumstances in which monetary damages are awardable from an individual officer or statutory manager to "any other person" as a result of "management or policy decisions.
If the IRS was substantially justified, no litigation costs are awardable.
T]he most reasonable inference is that the term "costs" in Rule 68 was intended to refer to all costs properly awardable under the relevant substantive statute or other authority.