The trial court did not abuse its discretion in awarding $654,000 in attorney fees despite the fact that the plaintiff individually recovered only $2,300.  Plaintiff’s success benefitted 130 other owners in a homeowners association.  In any event, attorney fee awards need not be proportional to the damage award.  Though fee awards may be reduced for partial success, a high fee-to-damage ratio alone is insufficient to establish partial success.  Also, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in refusing to apportion fees among plaintiff’s claims, on some of which plaintiff lost.  The issues were intertwined, and while the trial court had discretion to apportion fees in that situation, it also had discretion not to do so.