Johnson Fistel litigates class action and derivative cases on a contingency-fee basis, meaning that Johnson Fistel gets paid only if the firm is successful in prosecuting the litigation. If the case is successful, Johnson Fistel will file a petition with the court overseeing the case to award the firm attorneys’ fees and expenses for its work on the litigation. The amount of any fee and expense award will depend on a variety of factors including, among other things, the relief obtained, and the duration and complexity of the litigation.