UPS Customers Balk At $4M Fee In Overcharge Settlement

Law360, New York (November 7, 2011, 8:05 PM EST) -- Two UPS Inc. customers objected Monday to a proposed class settlement in a suit in Alabama claiming the company overcharged for customer-measured shipments, saying the $4 million in attorneys' fees constitutes an outrageous chunk of the deal.

Brandy and Noah Heaser blasted proposed class counsel Wiggins Childs Quinn & Pantazis LLC, Alexander Corder Plunk & Shelly PC, Eyster Key Tubb Weaver & Roth LLP and Lowe & Grammas LLP for reserving what they see as two-thirds of a $6 million settlement agreement for themselves. The attorneys...
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