Del. Attys Seek $11.3M Fee For $310M Google Workplace Deal

Law360 (December 2, 2020, 7:15 PM EST) -- A Delaware legal team that helped reach a $310 million toxic workplace settlement with California-based Google parent Alphabet Inc. in a stockholder suit earlier this year asked the Chancery Court on Friday to approve an $11.3 million fee for its contribution to the deal.

The request by counsel with Cooch & Taylor PA and Scott & Scott Attorneys At Law focused on the Chancery Court's share of the derivative litigation, also mentioning their work on related litigation in California state and federal courts.

Lawyers for the Irving Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund and the class cited efforts that led to a...

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