Aug 6, 2009 ... Last week, Alan Dye's Section16.net blog pointed me to another noteworthy case , Segen v. OptionsXpress Holdings, Inc., 2009 WL 1868611 (D. Del. 2009). This case offers a view into the process of determining the attorney fees provided for bringing short-swing transactions to the attention of the company.
Oct 25, 2013 ... See, e.g., Segen v. OptionsXpress Holdings, Inc., 631 F. Supp. 2d 465, 470 (D. Del. 2009). Where the benefit conferred is minimal in nature, courts award (at most) only minimal fees; where no benefit is conferred, courts award no fees. See , e.g., Zucker v. Westinghouse Electric Corp., 265 F.3d 171 (3d Cir.
Aug 15, 2010 ... 2006) (multiplier of2.33); Remeron, Civ. 2005 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 27013, at *47-48, ( multiplier of 1.86 is on the "low end ofthe spectrum"). See also Segen v. OptionsXpress Holdings Inc., 631 F. Supp. 2d 645 (D. Del. 2009) (approving a fee award resulting in a lodestar multiplier of2.06 in securities class action) ...
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Energy Corp., 223 F. 3d 190, 195 (3d Cir. 2000)); see also Segen v. Optionsxpress Holdings, Inc.,. 631 F.Supp. 2d 465, 466 (D. Del. 2009) (reducing requested attorney fees from 33 percent to 8 percent of the recovery). 23. Angela Wennihan, Let's Put the Contingency Back in the Contingency Fee, 49 SMU L. Rev. 1639 ...
Mar 21, 2011 ... Charles Schwab Corp. agreed to buy OptionsXpress Holdings Inc. for about $1 billion in stock, adding the retail options brokerage founded in 2000 to its equity and mutual fund offerings.
Mar 13, 2015 ... Alex V. Chachkes. Orrick, Herrington &. Sutcliffe LLP. 51 West 52nd Street. New York, New York 10019. Elizabeth A. Howard. Orrick, Herrington &. Sutcliffe LLP .... Greene v. WCI Holdings Corp., 956 F.Supp. 509, 514 (S.D.N.Y.. 1997)(quoting 7.2 James Wm. Moore, Moore's Federal Practice, 1. 72.04[10.