Pfizer Doesn't Owe Attorneys' Fees, Court Says

Law360, New York (June 26, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Pfizer Inc. does not have to pay attorneys' fees to plaintiffs after it tried to remove the class action from state to federal court, an appeals court has ruled, overturning a district judge's award to a group of people who sued the drug maker for its marketing of anti-inflammatory painkillers Bextra and Celebrex.

Following Pfizer's failed attempt to remove the lawsuit from a state court to the Southern District of Illinois—a motion that cited the Class Action Fairness Act—plaintiffs were granted about $23,600 in attorneys' fees...
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