A federal judge has slashed by more than half the plaintiffs fees in a closely watched consumer class action involving Bluetooth headsets, concluding that "no reasonable paying client" would
Five plaintiffs firms that obtained a class action settlement over alleged headlight defects in the Toyota Prius have petitioned a federal appeals court to overturn a trial judge's rejection of $4.7
A lawyer whose objection to a settlement in the Bluetooth hearing-loss litigation prompted a federal appeals court to reject the deal has renewed his protest, arguing that the deal continues to demon
Plaintiffs' attorneys in the Motorola Bluetooth headset litigation, whose fees a federal appeals court last year deemed potentially excessive, have agreed to a revised calculation submitted by defens
...necessary due diligence," wrote David Casselman, a partner at Wasserman, Comden, Casselman & Esensten in Tarzana, Calif., who represents the actors. "Defendants are...
Plaintiffs' attorneys in the Motorola Bluetooth headset litigation — in which a federal appeals court rejected a settlement last year on the ground that the $800,000 award might be excessive &m
Lawyers on both sides of a settlement over hearing loss claims involving Motorola's Bluetooth headsets are insisting the attorney fees were not inflated, despite concerns voiced by a federal appeals
...five firms: Girard Gibbs, which asked for $1.9 million; Wasserman, Comden, Casselman & Esensten of Tarzana, Calif., which sought $720,000; Initiative Legal Group...
...included $1.9 million to Girard Gibbs; $720,000 to Wasserman, Comden, Casselman & Esensten of Tarzana, Calif.; $250,000 to Los Angeles-based Arias...
...case are the Garcia Law Firm in Long Beach, Calif.; Wasserman, Comden, Casselman & Esensten in Tarzana, Calif.; Chicago's Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney...
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