A California appeals court has awarded $2 million in attorney fees to Gutride Safier, a San Francisco class action law firm, for its representation of Netflix subscribers suing the online movie rental company for false advertising. The California Court of Appeal, 1st District, also affirmed the settlement agreement, which provided more than 697,000 class members with one month of free DVD rentals or service upgrades. The settlement also required Netflix to change its advertising practices.
Court Awards $2 Million in Legal Fees for Netflix Class Action
The National Law Journal
April 23, 2008