EMarkets Daily asks Center for Class Action Fairness' Ted Frank about the Google privacy case settlement.
Google Inc’s resolution of a privacy court case probably won’t win authorization for the reason that it comprises a donation to an Internet research center at Harvard University as well as to other schools that briefs who brought the case attended, a judge said. Davila as well heard from an objector to the conclusion, Theodore Frank, a lawyer at the Washington-based Center for Class Action Fairness. Frank told Davila the settlement is unjust for the reason that it promises over $2M in fees for plaintiffs’ lawyers seek and gives class members nothing.
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