Window maker wants class action dismissed nearly two years after it was remanded

Legal Newsline discusses Center for Class Action Fairness's objection of the Pella Window settlement. 

Litigation against Pella began in 2006 over allegations that its ProLine Series of windows had a defect that allowed water to enter, damaging a wooden frame and the house itself.

“But pursuant to a motion filed by George Lang, who at the time was a partner of Weiss, four other class members were added as named plaintiffs (Lang says that Weiss rather than he picked them),” Posner wrote.

Lang represented the four plaintiffs who were replaced and filed objections to the settlement. Also representing an objector was Ted Frank, founder of the Center for Class Action Fairness, now a subunit of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

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