U.S. District Senior Judge Thelton Henderson doesn’t think plaintiffs attorney James Finberg is greedy.

Far from it: In examining a proposed $16 million class action settlement between Morgan Stanley and its minority retail brokers, the Northern District of California judge went out of his way to praise the modesty of plaintiffs lawyers’ 10 percent fee request — well below the 9th Circuit benchmark.

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