Class action critic Ted Frank scored a big win on Tuesday in an appeals court ruling that allowed him to challenge potential payments to three other objectors in the case.

The ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit came in Pearson v. NBTY, a case in which retired Judge Richard Posner famously criticized the original settlement as a “selfish deal” between class counsel and the defendants.

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