Two Houston attorneys will get $21.8M in fees, twice the recommendation for a case involving Pfizer

The two attorneys fought the initially recommended fees. As a result they will be getting a lot more from the common-benefit fund

Zoe Littlepage and Rainey Booth, two attorneys who sued Pfizer over Prempro, a menopause drug, will reportedly get more than $21.8 million in legal fees.

The amount represents twice what they were initially expected to receive, according to news reports.

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