It’s not exaggerating to say that Ted Frank and the Center for Class Action Fairness have revolutionized the world of class action settlements.


A Litigator Fights Class-Action Suits

Ashby Jones | Wall Street Journal

There are two types of class-action lawyers: those who bring the big lawsuits against corporate America, and those who defend them.

And then there’s Ted Frank.

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Unsettling Advocate

Rachel M. Zahorsky | ABA Journal

“I came to law school to be a consumer advocate,” Frank says, “and to discover plaintiffs lawyers—who were fighting for the little guy—pulling this scam was an incredible disillusion.”

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A Lawyer Who Tries to Block Settlements

Daniel Fisher | Forbes

A University of Chicago Law School graduate and former scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, Frank, 40, is on a crusade to bust up dubious settlements. These he defines as agreements–between lawyers who are eager for a fee and companies that want to put a nuisance suit behind them–that deliver little if anything to consumers.

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Frank is the featured speaker at NJCJI’s September 16 luncheon, making this the one legal event this fall you don’t want to miss.


The cost of the event, which kicks off at noon on the 16th at the Trenton Country Club, is being covered by NJCJI, but pre-registration is required to attend. Register now by visiting or by calling 609-392-6557.