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The Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. logo is displayed atop the company’s global headquarters in Tokyo. Photo: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Attorneys with Keker, Van Nest & Peters are entitled to more than $19 million in disputed fees for their contingent representation of former shareholders, Vice Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick has ruled.

Those fees are included in an over $80 million judgment leveled against Shire U.S. Holdings Inc. in a case that took the uncommon path of going to trial while plaintiffs were represented on contingency.

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