Attorneys' fees are too high in class action case, appeals court rules

An appeals court has rejected a class action settlement involving Procter & Gamble because it found that attorneys' fees would be too high. Procter & Gamble agreed to a $3 million settlement in the case, which was centered on diapers that some parents said caused their babies to develop rashes. Plaintiffs' lawyers would have received $2.73 million of the settlement.

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