After admitting he improperly practiced law in Illinois, Texas-based lawyer Christopher Bandas, who has been accused of being a “professional objector” to class action settlements, has been banned from several activities that plaintiffs firm Edelson PC challenged as part of a lawsuit.

U.S. District Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer in Chicago issued an injunction and judgment against Bandas and his Corpus Christi, Texas-based Bandas Law Firm on Thursday that prohibits him from engaging in unauthorized legal practice. The judgment brings to a close a lawsuit that Edelson, a leading plaintiffs firm in privacy, data security and consumer protection cases, filed in 2016 against Bandas, his firm and some of his associates.

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