- Drivers’ legal action covers more than four years of work
- Hawks Quindel gets more than $413,000 in attorneys’ fees
EatStreet Inc. and food-delivery drivers who say the company improperly used their tips to meet minimum wage obligations secured final approval for a settlement worth more than $1.2 million. But the company has warned it might not be able to pay.
The deal includes more than $413,000—one third of the total settlement fund—in attorneys’ fees for class counsel Hawks Quindel SC, the US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin said. Judge James D. Peterson also …