OfficeMax Patrons Revise Fee Calculation In ZIP Code Suit

Law360, Chicago (September 16, 2013, 1:56 PM EDT) -- The plaintiffs in a putative class action accusing OfficeMax North America Inc. of illegally recording customers’ ZIP codes lodged a revised $600,000 settlement Friday that bases the calculation of attorneys’ fees on participation in the deal, addressing a California federal judge's rejection of the deal.

In a revised settlement filed Friday, plaintiffs Nancy Dardarian and Nathan Thoms made clear that the court may use the actual number of $5 and $10 OfficeMax vouchers that are cashed in by affected customers to calculate attorneys’ fees, which the...
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