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“Lawyers Defend $300 Million Fee In VW Settlement, Say They Didn’t Ride DOJ’s Coattails”

Ted Frank and plaintiffs’ lawyers battle over objections in the class action aftermath of the case of the car too good to be true [Daniel Fisher] Related: Andrew Trask on class action objectors. Tags: class action settlements, Ted Frank, Volkswagen “Lawyers Defend $300 Million Fee In VW Settlement, Say They Didn’t Ride DOJ’s Coattails” is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the
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Lawyers Defend $300 Million Fee In VW Settlement, Say They Didn't Ride DOJ's Coattails

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Plaintiff lawyers defend a $10 billion settlement and their $300 million fee in the VW diesel emissions scandal.

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