• May 5, 2014

Defendant sells “debt securities” promising payouts which are not forth-coming. Plaintiffs sue. Defendant fails to mount a defense, merely serving an answer to the complaint and then surrendering. Plaintiffs win the case with an unopposed motion for summary judgment.

I wonder how plaintiffs managed to incur $165,535 in legal fees and costs in a case where there was essentially no opposition.

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