The payment of $112,475 in attorney fees for class counsel has been approved by a federal judge in a case involving the alleged non-payment of overtime and gratuities to housekeepers and banquet workers at the Otesaga resort in Cooperstown. Northern District Judge Mae D’Agostino (See Profile) found on Dec. 4 that the class counsels led by the Leon Greenberg Professional Corporation of Las Vegas “risked time and effort and advanced costs and expenses, with no ultimate guarantee of compensation” in the suit.
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