Sign on to the Objection

Fill out the following form to sign on to the settlement objection by 5:00 PM EST (5/27) and be added as a signatory to a joint statement of reasons for the objection. Also don’t forget to click the LIKE button over here -> to help spread the word on Facebook.

— DEADLINE HAS PASSED — See front page for more info.

Obligatory Disclaimer [from the about page]

This site is purely made available to inform fellow class members in the Stetson v. West Publishing Corp. case of a joint objection that will be made and provide interested, likeminded class members the opportunity to sign on and/or engage in crafting the language of said objection. The site’s operator, Jonathan Hutcheson, is merely acting in the capacity of a class member and not as an attorney.  He is not licensed to practice in the state of California and, by extension, not admitted to practice in the U.S. Central District of California. Thus he’d be an awful choice if you’d like to retain your own counsel for the purposes of objecting to this settlement and you should look elsewhere.  If you have retained counsel, you should probably be talking to them instead of hanging out here. Ultimately, the site is merely a vehicle for class members to collectively voice their objection and to facilitate a cost effective and efficient means of doing so to a settlement that is so obviously flawed that the reasons for objecting are general to essentially all class members. Signing on to the objection is up to each individual class member and doing so does not guarantee any particular outcome as the matter is left to the court’s discretion. All materials on this site are provided “as is” without warranties of any kind and any use of these materials is done so at your own risk.  Additionally, signing on to object does not constitute the forming of an attorney-client relationship with the site operator or anyone else. This site is not a solicitation for business, future legal representation, or anything else.


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