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Lawyers Get $20M in Cobb EMC Deal

Judge 'gasped' when he first saw figure, but he notes it was a $10M discount; he praises EMC counsel change

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A Cobb County Superior Court judge said Tuesday that an attorney fee request for nearly $20 million made him gasp initially, but he approved it as part of a $100 million settlement over a profit-sharing lawsuit brought by members of the Cobb Electric Membership Corp.

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Originally appeared in print as Lawyers get $20M in Cobb EMC deal Lawyers get $20M in Cobb EMC class action deal

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