At least two lead plaintiffs represented by McGuireWoods are vigorously opposing a proposed $49 million settlement the firm reached in a class action against the nation's leading bar review company. In addition to providing perhaps $125 to each of the estimated 300,000 class members, the pact calls for BAR/BRI owner West Publishing and co-defendant Kaplan to discontinue a marketing agreement. Some plaintiffs say the concessions fall short of the promises made when they signed up as class representatives.
$49M Disappoints Some in Lawyers' Class
February 13, 2007
This article requires premium access
This article requires premium access to Law.com. Please sign in or subscribe to read the full text.