From the plaintiffs’ lawyers representing Elouise Cobell in a landmark class action in Washington, D.C., there are no apologies over their legal fee demand.

Led by Washington solo practitioner Dennis Gingold and a team of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton attorneys, the attorneys last week told a federal judge that class counsel deserve $223 million for steering a 15-year-old suit to a $3.4 billion settlement.

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