I write a monthly column entitled "Expert's Corner" in Class Actions Attorney Fee Digest. My May column analyzes the issue of aggregate fee awards that must be divided up among many class counsel -- I consider who does the dividing, according to what standard, and whether the outcome should be kept confidential. The column discusses a fee dispute presently preceding in the federal district court in New Orleans, where the court -- at lead counsel's request -- has sealed the amounts each class counsel is receiving from the aggregate fee award and where objectors seek to unseal those records. See In re High Sulfur Content Gasoline Products Liability Litigation, Civil Action No. MDL 1632 (E.D. La.).