ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Grocers Association here and other plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Visa, MasterCard and their card-issuing banks said they are not happy with a settlement that that was negotiated on their behalf by the law firms that represented them in the case.
“This settlement was crafted by class counsel without our input,” said Peter Larkin, president and chief executive officer, NGA, in a conference call on Monday. “We think it is a bad deal. ...
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