Straus & Boies, Others Want $78M In DRAM Antitrust Case

Law360, New York (March 12, 2014, 1:50 PM EDT) -- Counsel for indirect purchasers and numerous state attorneys general asked a California federal judge on Tuesday to approve a nearly $77.7 million fee request in antitrust litigation over the dynamic random-access memory market, arguing their decadelong effort to secure a $310 million settlement merited the award.

Thirty-three attorneys general and attorneys for the indirect purchaser plaintiffs asked U.S. District Judge Phyllis J. Hamilton to sign off on the fees, which constitute 25 percent of the settlement reached with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Toshiba Corp. and other...
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