Lawyers who hammered out a $1.4 billion class settlement with Equifax over a 2017 data breach are slamming objectors who they contend will postpone compensation to 147 million people whose financial data was stolen.

In two pleadings filed this week, the consumers’ lead counsel and liaison counsel excoriated two pro se “serial objectors” and urged U.S. District Chief Judge Thomas Thrash of the Northern District of Georgia to deny what they described as financially self-serving motions.

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