John Paggos v. Resonant, Inc. et al
||Terry Lingren, John Philpott and Resonant, Inc.
||March 17, 2015
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Victor B. Kenton
||S. James Otero
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|November 22, 2017
FINAL JUDGMENT AND ORDER OF DISMISSAL WITH PREJUDICE by Judge S. James Otero: The Court finds that the Stipulation and Settlement contained therein,and the Plan of Allocation are fair, reasonable and adequate as to each of the Settling Parties, and t hat the Stipulation and Settlement contained therein and the Plan of Allocation are hereby finally approved in all respects, and the Settling Parties are hereby directed to perform its terms. Lead Counsel are hereby awarded 33% of the Settlemen t Fund for their attorneys fees, which sum the Court finds to be fair and reasonable. Lead Counsel are hereby awarded $51,133.20 in reimbursement of litigation expenses, which expenses the Court finds to have been reasonably incurred. The Court has also considered the request for incentive awards for the Lead Plaintiffs in recognition of their contributions and hereby awards $5,000 to each Lead Plaintiff. The foregoing amounts shall be paid to Lead Counsel and the Lead Plaintiffs from the Settlement Fund pursuant to the terms of the Stipulation. The Court hereby dismisses the Litigation and all Released Claims of the Settlement Class with prejudice, without costs as to any Settling Party. (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (lc)
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