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Brickman v. Fitbit, Inc.
March 20, 2020
A California federal judge on Friday approved just over $7 million in fees to attorneys representing a class that sued Fitbit over an allegedly faulty sleep-tracking function in its wrist-mounted devices, trimming the initially requested award by about $300,000.
June 17, 2019
Fitbit has asked a California federal court to slash a $7.3 million fees request from Fitbit customers' class counsel in a suit over a sleep-tracking function on fitness devices that allegedly didn't work as advertised, calling the amount "excessive, unsupported and disproportionate" to the class' recovery.
May 13, 2019
Class counsel for Fitbit customers who settled with the company over claims they paid extra for fitness devices with a sleep-tracking function that didn't work as advertised have asked a California federal judge for more than $7 million in attorney fees for years of legal work.
September 14, 2018
A California federal judge shot down a deal Thursday that would have resolved class claims that customers paid extra for Fitbit Inc. devices with a sleep-tracking function that doesn't work as advertised, taking issues with, among other things, the use of Fitbit coupons as part of the settlement.
August 02, 2018
Fitbit Inc. inked a deal to resolve class claims that customers paid extra for devices with a sleep-tracking function that doesn’t work as advertised, preempting oral arguments set for Thursday in California federal court.
July 15, 2016
A California federal judge rebuffed Fitbit Inc.’s attempt to toss a proposed class action that claims customers paid extra for devices with a sleep tracking function that doesn’t work as advertised, ruling Friday that the wearers’ claims are plausible under consumer protection laws.
November 10, 2015
A California federal judge sounded ready on Tuesday to dismiss a proposed class action claiming Fitbit customers paid extra for devices with a sleep-tracking function that doesn't work as advertised, saying the lawsuit doesn't contain the facts necessary to support those claims.
August 21, 2015
Fitbit Inc. faces a revamped putative class action by California and Florida consumers claiming they paid extra for devices with a sleep-tracking function that doesn't work as advertised, according to papers filed Friday in California federal court.