Legal Wrangling to Delay Payout in Massive Indian Class-Action Lawsuit

Cronkite News discusses Ted Frank's objection to a settlement, on behalf of Kimberly Craven, because the class members who suffered the most were paid the least.

In response to the appeal, attorneys in the original suit asked the judge to force Craven to first file an $8.3 million bond to cover their legal fees and other from the 15–year case. That bond motion, Frank said, will spark more legal action and further postpone payment.

“The motion for the appeal bond is going to delay this,” said Frank, who also founded the Center for Class Action Fairness.

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