$56M Robocall Settlement Fee Objector Demands Own Fees

Law360, New York (April 20, 2017, 3:55 PM EDT) -- The jockeying over attorneys' fees for a $56 million-plus TCPA settlement took a new turn Wednesday, when an objector to the original fee bid took partial credit for its subsequent slashing and said it now deserves its own fee award.

The settlement, announced in September, ended Telephone Consumer Protection Act claims against Caribbean Cruise Line Inc. and several other vacation marketers over nuisance phone calls. It will fall somewhere in the range of $56 million to $76 million, depending on how many class members pipe up for their share. Edelson PC and Loevy & Loevy requested one-third of that fund back in the...

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