On remand from Travis v. Brand (2023) 14 Cal.5th 411, the Court of Appeal reverses the order awarding defendants their attorney fees. Under the Supreme Court’s decision in the case, fees are awardable to the defendants in a suit under the Political Reform Act and Gov. Code 91003 only if the suit is objectively without foundation. This suit did not lack a reasonable foundation, though it was ultimately unsuccessful. Also, the defendant was not entitled to fees under CCP 1021.5 because no important public right was enforced.