The class-action attorneys who reached a data breach settlement with Logan Health are entitled to around $1.4 million in attorneys’ fees – one-third of the $4.3 million settlement – despite objections from the current and former mayors of Kalispell, a Cascade County District Court judge ruled Thursday.

Kalispell Mayor Mark Johnson and former mayor Tammi Fisher, who were among the victims of the data breach, had filed an objection to the proposed settlement last month through attorney Matthew Monforton alleging the attorneys’ fees for the four lawyers who represented the class were unreasonable compared to what the victims of the data breach would receive.

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