In In re HP Inkjet Printer Litigation, 716 F.3d 1173 (9th Cir. 2013) (No. 11-16097), a case on which we previously have reported, the Ninth Circuit held that CAFA § 1712 provides that if a court allows coupon and equitable relief, and sets attorneys’ fees based on the value of the entire settlement, the district court must use the value of coupons redeemed to determine the value of coupons used in the fee award calculation. The court thus reversed the approval of a $1.5 million fee award. On remand, plaintiffs renewed their request for fees. This time, plaintiffs sought fees based on the relief in the case other than the coupon relief. Under § 1712(b), where a settlement provides for coupon and non-coupon relief (such as equitable or injunctive relief), and the value of the coupons are not used to justify the fee, a fee may be awarded based on the lodestar method. Here, class counsel incurred fees of $7.4 million in litigating the case. The court had previously found the value of the coupons and the injunctive relief was $1.5 million. On remand, the court reduced the fees by 10%, to $1.35 million, to reflect an appropriate lodestar award for counsel’s work on the non-coupon portion of the litigation. In re HP Inkjet Printer Litig., No. 05-CV-3580 (N.D. Cal. Sept. 30, 2014). As reduced, the fee award did not exceed the overall value of the settlement to the class.