Home Depot Wants Sanctions For Atty Objecting To $13M Deal

By Kali Hays (October 14, 2016, 2:24 PM EDT) -- Home Depot asked a Georgia federal court on Thursday to sanction a Florida attorney who filed a "lengthy and meritless" objection to an approved $13 million settlement in a class action over a massive 2014 data breach, saying the objection requires a deposition, which the attorney has repeatedly refused....

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