CCO 1008 (a).
It's not clear if this is your attorney, or the opppsing party, or the opposing counsel, but regardless, and maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see what the attorney's misconduct has to do with the merits or defenses of your case. Why can't the attorney use fees for whatever purpose they want?
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Pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure section 1008 (a), any party affected by the order has only ten (10) days after service upon the party of written notice of entry of the order to make a motion for reconsideration. You are most likely too late to make such a motion.
Also, CCP 1008 provides that the motion must be based upon new or different facts, circumstances, or law. Even if you have new or different facts, circumstances or law, you should know that a motion for reconsideration is extremely difficult to win.