Full proof that I don’t think all pro se representation is a bad thing: Following up our previous discussion of the GTA class action settlement and my objection: This morning, Friday, June 6, I filed this brief (which unlike the previous brief, I wrote myself), in opposition to the plaintiffs’ motions for court approval of the settlement and attorneys’ fees, in the Southern District of New York and served it upon counsel. With luck, I didn’t file the wrong brief.
Argument is June 25, 10:30 am, in New York City, and I intend to be in court to argue as an objector. If, like me, you’re willing to take a day off of work to be in a Manhattan courtroom to see justice done, feel free to watch and say hi.
For more on the Grand Theft Auto class action, see our series of posts on the issue over the last three years.