RadioShack committed the sin of printing credit-card receipts with expiration dates on them, which exposed it to possible liability of $100 a receipt ($1000 if willful), a bankrupting sum. Class counsel settled for coupons. Our clients objected that the settlement did not comply with CAFA’s limitations on coupon settlements, and was structured so that class counsel’s benefit would outstrip that of the class. As is typical in coupon settlements these days, the settling parties denied that the coupons were coupons. For some reason, the district court bought the argument, and awarded $1M in attorneys’ fees while the 16-million-member class will receive 83 thousand coupons with a face-value of $10, give or take. We’ve appealed, and filed our opening brief April 16.