Class Seeks $300K In Atty Fees From American HomePatient
Law360 (March 25, 2020, 6:11 PM EDT) -- Following the recent preliminary approval of a $1 million settlement in a data breach class action against American HomePatient, class members asked a Florida federal court Tuesday to award $300,000 in fees to its attorneys from Morgan & Morgan and Levin Sedran Berman LLP.
The class' motion also seeks an award of $25,000 in costs incurred by class counsel and a $5,000 service award for class representative Joseph Kuss, who filed the suit in 2018, alleging the Tennessee-based provider of home health care services and products negligently stored class members' personal information on unencrypted hard drives stolen in a 2017 office...
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