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The Cook County Record reports on Center for Class Action Fairness's objection of the Southwest Airlines class action settlement.
After the deal was announced, two class members objected to the terms, saying they believed the attorney fee award was far too high, particularly in relation to the small award granted to class members.
Objectors to the class action settlement were represented in the case by attorneys with the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Center for Class Action Fairness, of Washington, D.C., the firm of Williams Montgomery & John, of Chicago, and the Law Offices of Darrell Palmer, of Carlsbad, Calif.
Read the full article at Cook County Record.