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Court Rejects $14 Million Fee For Lawyers, $3 Million For Their Clients

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A proposed class action settlement over “price floors” has been rejected by an appeals court after it became clear that the class members would only receive $3 million, while their attorneys stood to make $14 million in fees.  A lower court accepted the arrangement without knowing that the payout to the class would be so small compared to the fees.

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