Attys Get $4M In Settlement Over Vitamin D In Hill’s Dog Food

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Law360 (Aug 2, 2021, 2:44 PM EDT) – A Kansas federal judge has finalized a $ 12.5 million settlement claiming Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. has dog foods containing dangerous vitamin D -Sales salary while being awarded $ 4 million in attorney fees to class plaintiff, but turned down a solicitor fee offer for a group of plaintiffs.

In two orders filed on Friday, U.S. District Judge Julie A. Robinson said the group attorney’s fees are a little less than the third they would allegedly charge when the deal first went to court – are reasonable and reflect that …

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