Godiva, Consumer Urge 11th Circ. To Affirm $6.3M Deal
Law360, New York (April 10, 2017, 2:28 PM EDT) -- Godiva Chocolatier and the consumer who accused it of printing too many payment card digits on receipts both urged the Eleventh Circuit on Friday to approve their $6.3 million settlement ending the proposed class action and to ignore a pair of “professional objectors” who claim the deal was unbalanced.
In February, objectors James Price and Eric Isaacson pressed the appellate court to vacate the $6.3 million deal, saying that counsel for lead consumer David Muransky exerted “remarkably minimal effort” in litigating the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act lawsuit against Godiva Chocolatier Inc., making an attorneys’ fee award of $2.1 million...
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