In a decision brimming with praise, a federal judge has awarded more than $60.7 million in attorney fees to the team of lawyers who brought a class action antitrust suit against the leading manufacturers of corrugated paper products and secured more than $202 million in settlements, reports Shannon Duffy in today’s Legal Intelligencer in Class Action Yields $60.7 Mil. in Legal Fees.
In re Linerboard Antitrust Litigation
A class action antitrust suit against the leading manufacturers of corrugated paper products has resulted in more than $202 million in settlements now that a federal judge has granted final approval of the final two settlements. Read Linerboard Suit Brings $202 Mil. In Settlements on page one of today’s The Legal Intelligencer.
The Legal Intelligencer: Foreign Company’s Contacts with U.S. as a Whole Needed When Deciding Jurisdiction
Shannon Duffy reports on Foreign Company’s Contacts with U.S. as a Whole Needed When Deciding Jurisdiction. In re Automotive Refinishing Paint Litigation
In House of Cardboard, the Legal Intelligencer reports that the alleged paper products price-fixing scheme has resulted in $210 million in settlements.