Getting your ducks in a row

by Ted Frank on June 27, 2009

Before asking a federal judge to grant preliminary approval for a class action settlement with Ameritrade over alleged privacy breaches, make sure that your “client,” the class representative, isn’t going to tell the court he opposes the settlement. In re TD Ameritrade Account Holder Litigation, Case No. C 07-2852 VRW (N.D. Cal.) ($1.87M for the attorneys, coupons for the class.).

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1 Deepak 07.01.09 at 9:45 pm

Public Citizen represents the class representative in his objections to the settlement. You can read the objections brief here:
http://www.citizen.org/documents/ElveyBrief.pdf

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