SAN FRANCISCO — Plaintiffs lawyers with Trump, Alioto, Trump & Prescott have requested $192 million in fees for their work settling a massive antitrust case over the price of cathode ray tubes.
The fee request represents one-third of the $577 million settlement fund, which lead counsel lauded as “one of the largest recoveries ever on behalf of indirect purchasers.” The lawyers also asked to be reimbursed for $3 million in litigation expenses and to distribute $450,000 in incentive awards among the lead plaintiffs, according to the fee motion filed Wednesday in the Northern District of California.
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