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August 8, 2012

Judge slashed Bluetooth fees that ‘no reasonable’ client would pay

A federal judge has lowered the fees for the lawyers that sued Motorola for not including warning labels of potential hearing loss on Bluetooth headsets, cutting it to $283,000 from $800,000.  The judge wrote that “no reasonable client” would pay that amount given that class received no money, only a promise to include stronger warning labels on packaging and a $100,000 cy pres payment in charitable contributions, reports the National Law Journal.

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