KELLER v. TD BANK, N.A. et al
ORDER THAT PLAINTIFFS' MOTION FOR FINAL APPROVAL IS GRANTED AND THIS MATTER IS DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. THE COURT AWARDS $1,130,068.65 IN REASONABLE ATTORNEY'S FEES AND $69,931.35 IN COSTS TO CLASS COUNSEL SWARTZ SWIDLER, LLC. SIGNED BY HONORABLE L. FELIPE RESTREPO ON 11/4/14. 11/4/14 ENTERED AND COPIES MAILED AND E-MAILED.(mbh, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
AUBREY KELLER, et al.,
Individually and on behalf of all those
TD BANK, N.A., et al.
AND NOW, this 4th day of November, 2014, upon consideration of Plaintiffs’
unopposed Motion for Final Approval of Collective and Class Settlement, and Approval of
Attorneys’ Fees, Reimbursement of Costs, and Service Payments (Doc. 63); and the related
documents submitted with Plaintiffs’ Motion (Docs. 64, 65, 70); and following a fairness hearing
on October 9, 2014; and for the reasons provided in this Court’s Memorandum dated November
4, 2014, it is hereby ORDERED that:
1. Plaintiffs’ Motion for Final Approval is GRANTED and this matter is
DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The Court grants certification of the Rule
23 class and FLSA collective action for settlement purposes only and finds that
the Joint Stipulation of Class Settlement and Release (Doc. 40-1) is fair,
reasonable, and adequate and resolves a bona fide dispute between the parties.
2. The Court awards $1,130,068.65 in reasonable attorneys’ fees and $69,931.35 in
costs to class counsel Swartz Swidler, LLC.
3. The Court approves the requested service payments of $7,500 to Named Plaintiff
Keller and $2,500 to Named Plaintiff Garcia, to be awarded per the terms of the
Joint Stipulation of Class Settlement and Release.
BY THE COURT:
_/s/ L. Felipe Restrepo_______ ________
L. Felipe Restrepo,
United States District Court Judge
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