Gov't Code Section 402.006
(a)For an affirmance of judgment in a case to which the state is a party and that involves liability to the state, the attorney general is entitled to a fee in an amount equal to 10 percent of the amount collected up to $1,000 and five percent of the amount collected in excess of $1,000. This fee shall be paid from the amount collected when it is collected.
(b)For a case involving a forfeiture of a charter heard on appeal before the supreme court or court of appeals, the attorney general is entitled to a fee of $500.
(c)In a case in which the state is entitled to recover a penalty or damages the attorney general is entitled, in addition to any other remedy available by law and on behalf of the state, to reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs.
(e)The attorney general may charge a reasonable fee for the electronic filing of a document.
Section 402.006 — Fees,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/GV/htm/GV.402.htm#402.006 (accessed Dec. 9, 2023).