Attys Seek $1.1M In Fees From Vibrator Privacy Suit Deal

Law360, Springfield (June 16, 2017, 4:57 PM EDT) -- Attorneys who secured a $3.75 million settlement for a putative class of consumers who alleged a sex toy maker had secretly collected user data from an internet-connected vibrator asked an Illinois federal judge on Thursday to grant them $1.1 million in attorneys' fees.

The plaintiffs' attorneys, who originally laid out the fee demand in a tentative settlement in March, argued that earning one-third of the settlement's value is appropriate in this case because the outcome is so positive for their clients. The lead plaintiffs, known only by their initials N.P. and P.S., will receive $5,000 each in the settlement, and other...

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890(Other Statutory Actions)

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September 2, 2016

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