In Ten-Year-Old IPO Litigation, Plaintiffs Lawyers and Class Members Still Waiting to Get Paid

The wheels of justice are turning slowly in the massive IPO securities litigation spawned by the Internet bubble of the late ’90s, with appeals by class members and lawyers alike stalling any distribution of the $586 million settlement, which includes $170 million in legal fees.

By |2011-09-23T18:41:11+00:00September 23rd, 2011|Uncategorized|Comments Off on In Ten-Year-Old IPO Litigation, Plaintiffs Lawyers and Class Members Still Waiting to Get Paid