Singer v. Becton Dickinson and Company et al
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|June 1, 2010
ORDER granting 45 Motion for Final Approval of Settlement; granting 46 Motion for Attorney Fees and Costs. Court: 1.) grants certification of the applicable classes, 2.) grants final approval of the settlement, 3.) grants the request for attys 39; fees and costs and awards the firm oif GraceHollis LLP litigation costs in the amount of $11,500.00 and attys fees in the amount of $333,333.00, and 4.) grants the request for an enhancement award and awards Plaintiff Singer a class representative enhancement award in the amount of $25,000. Signed by Judge Irma E. Gonzalez on 6/1/2010. (jah)(kaj).
|December 9, 2009
ORDER granting Plaintiff's 35 Motion for Preliminary Approval of a Class Settlement. Pla's request for preliminary certification of both classes for purposes of the proposed settlement is granted. Pla's request for preliminary approv al of the proposed settlement is granted. Pla's request to have the firm of GraceHollis LLP appointed class counsel is granted. The form and manner of giving notice of the proposed settlement to the classes is approved, subject to the required r evisions set forth in Part IV.C. Final Approval Hearing on the proposed settlement set for 4/19/2010 10:30am in Courtroom 1 before Judge Irma E. Gonzalez. Pla shall file motion for final approval of the settlement, as well as any motions for fees award and enhancement award by 4/5/2010. Signed by Judge Irma E. Gonzalez on 12/9/2009. (jah) (jrl).
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