After screwing up yesterday’s post about a class action suit, I spent a while prowling the net for photos of the actual class council (rather than the defendant’s lawyers). In looking for information on Seth A. Safier, Esq., came across another class action lawsuit he settled. This one accused a software store of selling used CDs as new.
Two things jump out at me:
- The settlement is much the same as the Netflix settlement: a piddling award for the “victims”, no admission of guilt or permanent change to the business and a sizable paycheck for the attorneys.
- The class representative is also named Chavez.
Draw your own conclusions.