Plaintiffs’ attorneys in representative litigation may obtain awards of fees and expenses when their efforts prove successful and provide benefits to the represented class. This decision explains how the Court of Chancery will calculate a fee award in an appraisal case based on the benefit conferred to the dissenting stockholders; here, a $21 million bump in the consideration. The decision addresses several important issues, including when expenses should be deducted from the benefit conferred before calculating the fees. Indicative of this litigation’s complexity, the expert witness fees alone were over $3.3 million. The decision will serve as a useful guide to any future fee awards in the growing field of appraisal cases.