In a win for objector lawyer Ted Frank, a federal appeals court reversed approval of an $8 million class action settlement over the brain performance supplement Neuriva.

Frank had argued that the settlement was overvalued and attorney fees were disproportionately high. Meanwhile, plaintiffs’ attorneys had challenged his standing to object in the first place.

Ted Frank, Center for Class Action Fairness Ted Frank, Center for Class Action Fairness. Courtesy photo.

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