Law 360 reports on CCAF's objection to the Apple adapter settlement that was unfair to class members.
Ted Frank of The Center for Class Action Fairness, who represented one of the objectors, told Law360 that the settlement would only have given consumers less than $800,000, making the award unfair.
“We are pleased that the Ninth Circuit is requiring the district court to consider that disproportionate allocation,” Frank said. “We are also happy that the court spoke out against the abuse of the appeal bond procedure, and look forward to the return of the money we were illegally required to post to protect the interest of the class.”
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