Fitbit Class Attys Seek $7M Fees In Sleep-Tracker Deal

By Lauren Berg (May 13, 2019, 4:54 PM EDT) -- 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....

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