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Objector To NJ Bid-Rigging Deal Must Pay Bond, Class Says

Law360, Washington (July 14, 2017, 7:21 PM EDT) -- A class member unhappy with a $9.6 million settlement in a criminal New Jersey tax lien bid-rigging scandal cannot avoid paying a bond while she appeals the deal’s approval, the class plaintiffs told a Garden State federal judge Friday.

Objector Arlene Davies is appealing the class settlement, approved in late September, between New Jersey property owners and individuals accused of rigging auctions for municipal tax liens to keep interest rates artificially high, and she is separately contesting a late June decision ordering her to pony up...
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