GameStop Tweaks Settlement, Following Judge's Rejection

Law360, New York (November 14, 2013, 7:09 PM ET) -- GameStop Corp. and employees who filed a proposed class action accusing it of wage-and-hour violations presented a revised version of their $750,000 settlement to a California federal judge Tuesday, months after the court rejected an earlier deal over its inadequate compensation to the workers and flawed payment formula.

The amount of the settlement didn't change, and the revised accord — calling for $250,000 in fees for the workers' attorneys and along with other deductions — still brought the amount going to the employees down near a...
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