Updated on 1/30/19 to indicate that Judge Koh issued a superseding order clarifying that she authorized “five attorneys, who are not members of Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee, to attend and help prepare their respective clients for depositions.”
The federal judge overseeing litigation targeting Yahoo! Inc. with data breach claims has rejected a proposed $85 million settlement citing a number of problems with the deal—including that the plaintiffs are asking for an “unreasonably high” attorneys fees of up to $35 million.
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