The Wall Street Journal has an extensive profile on the Center for Class Action Fairness. (I should note that the problem with the Grand Theft Auto settlement was not so much that it provided "partial refunds" but that class members received under $30,000 while the attorneys were asking for a million dollars.) There's also a sidebar discussing the Blessing v. Sirius XM objection; CCAF's appeal of the settlement approval is pending in the Second Circuit.
CCAF in the Wall Street Journal
- "Attorney fee-only" bankruptcy plans
- Apple iPhone 4 bumper class action settlement
- Third Circuit argument in Dewey v. Volkswagen
- Dewey v. Volkswagen oral argument tomorrow
- How much is the Bluetooth settlement injunction worth?
- CCAF Seventh Circuit briefing on derivative shareholder suit standards
- Around the web, March 13
- Day v. Persels & Associates
- Bad typography evidence of bad faith?
- Apple class actions
- 0.1% claim rate in "successful" class action
- Cobell v. Salazar oral argument in DC Circuit
- Asbestos litigation and search-engine optimization
- Herzfeld & Rubin, Volkswagen, and Stockholm Syndrome
- Sixth Circuit brief in Pampers Dry Max class action
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