In Department of Health and Human Services v. v. Planned Parenthood, the supreme court held that reasonable travel expenses were recoverable as attorney’s fees. As the prevailing party, Planned Parenthood was entitled to have the Department of Health and Human Services pay for the cost to litigate the case. The supreme court held that the state’s appellate rules did not limit the costs which could be included if ordered by the court due to particular needs of the case. Thus, the reasonable travel expenses to oral arguments was recoverable from the opposing party as attorney’s fees.
 448 P.3d 261 (Alaska 2019).