If a party wants a fee, allowance or disbursement that may be allowed in the taxing officer's discretion, the taxing officer may have regard to the following:
(a) the nature and importance of the proceeding;
(b) the amount of the claim;
(c) the damages, if any, awarded;
(d) the principle involved;
(e) the conduct and cost of the proceeding;
(f) other fees and allowances claimed by the party's lawyers;
(g) any other relevant circumstance.