Lawyer Objects to Class Counsel’s Practically $three Million in Legal professional Charges: ‘A lot of the Aid is Illusory’

Lawyer Objects to Class Counsel’s Nearly $3 Million in Attorney Fees: 'Most of the Relief is Illusory'

A in Washington, D.C. Resident attorney, challenged a settlement in a class-fraud complaint in Miami federal court, citing the multimillion-dollar attorney fee as a reason the chairman should reject the deal.

But this objection has caused a stir, with critics calling Theodore H. Frank, director of the Hamilton Lincoln Law Institute and the Center for Class Action Fairness, a "professional objector."


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