In re: Quaker Oats Labeling Litig., No. 5:10-cv-00502-RS (N.D. Cal.): In a putative class action alleging various federal and state claims pertaining to the defendant’s inclusion of partially hydrogenated oils in Quaker Oats products, the court granted final settlement approval as requested and entered final judgment. We previously wrote about the preliminary settlement approval here. In the final approval order, the court attorney’s fees in the amount of $760,000 pursuant to the settlement agreement, California’s Private Attorney General statute, and the fee shifting provisions of the CLRA, finding that counsels’ rates were supported by competent evidence of comparable attorneys’ rates in the district and in the Southern District of California. The court also awarded $750 each per class representative as incentive awards. Order.