In a Longshore & Harbor Workers Compensation Act case, the ALJ abused his discretion in awarding the prevailing claimant attorney fees at an hourly rate that was substantially lower than the rates that the claimant’s evidence showed were prevailing rates for attorneys of equal skill in the same market area.  Use of historical market rate surveys is a proper means of proving reasonable hourly rates.  While more current information is desireable, it is not required, and there was no evidence that rates had gone down in the meanwhile.