9th Circ. Chucks Bluetooth Deal Due To High Atty Fees
Law 360 discusses with Ted Frank the result of Bluetooth makers settlement case objection.
Theodore Frank of the Center for Class Action Fairness, who represented the objectors, said that though the Ninth Circuit did not reject the settlement outright, the court provided a strong ruling to which he hopes lower courts will refer when considering approving settlements.
"We got a very good ruling about the importance of these issues," Frank said. "There are a lot of settlements structured like this, and we got a very firm ruling from the Ninth Circuit that this is a problem."
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