A judge who initially struck down a class action settlement over Yahoo! Inc.’s data breaches continued to have questions about a revised $117.5 million deal, particularly the class size “shrinking further and further” and the lack of billing details supporting $30 million in requested attorney fees.

At a Zoom hearing on Thursday that lasted more than three hours, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh asked several questions about the billing submitted by plaintiffs attorneys—everything from the hourly rates of law clerks to the number of firms handling calls from class members.

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