The judge overseeing Pennsylvania’s coordinated state opioid litigation has approved the reimbursement of $16.65 million in costs and expenses to 16 law firms representing plaintiffs who signed on to settlements with Johnson & Johnson and other opioid distributors.

The bulk of that money, about $14.8 million, is set to go to Baron & Budd, a law firm that is representing Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner in his opioid suit on behalf of the state of Pennsylvania.

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