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Judges Look to Profs in Awarding Lower Percentage Fees in Biggest Class Actions

, The National Law Journal

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Larger common funds in class actions typically yield smaller percentage fees for lawyers, according to two studies relied upon by federal judges in determining attorney fees awards in some of the nation's largest class action settlements.

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