Bodnar v. Bank of America

Case # 14-cv-03224
Case Name Bodnar v. Bank of America
Jurisdiction US District Court for E.D. PA
Summary

Plaintiffs allege that Defendant, Bank of America, improperly charged overdraft fees on recurring payments customers set up with their debit cards.  They did so by improperly sequencing transactions in such as way that customers were charged overdraft fees they did not anticipate and did not deserve.

Final Approval Date 08/04/2016
Result
  1. Final Approval granted.
  2. Weaver objections were overruled.
  3. Objector Weaver appealed the Final Approval.
    • Attorney Bandas filed an appearance on the appeal.
  4. Class counsel motioned for an appeal bond of $256,000.
  5. The motion for appeal bond was withdrawn the same day Objector Weaver withdrew her appeal.
Dismissal of Last Appeal 08/31/2016
Attachments Docket Report.pdf
Amended Class Action Complaint.pdf
Preliminary Approval Order.pdf
Fairness Hearing Transcript.pdf
Final Approval Order.pdf
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Objection of Dawn Weaver

Objectors Dawn Weaver
Signers Glenn A. Manochi
Attorneys Glenn A. Manochi
Gary P. Lightman
Christopher A. Bandas
Summary
  1. Attorneys' fees are excessive.
  2. Class representative award is excessive.
  3. Cy pres provisions are improper.

NOTE:  Attorney Bandas filed his appearance on the appeal.

Attachments Objection of Dawn M. Weaver.pdf
Weaver Brief in Opposition to Final Approval.pdf
Supplement to Weaver Objection.pdf
Plaintiff's Response to Objections.pdf
Appeal of Objector Weaver.pdf
Bandas Appearance for Objector-Appellant Weaver.pdf
Motion for Appeal Bond from Objector Weaver.pdf
Supplemental Authority to Motion for Appeal Bond from Objector Weaver.pdf
Weaver Opposition to Appeal Bond.pdf
Reply in Support of Motion for Appeal Bond.pdf
Withdrawal of Motion for Appeal Bond.pdf
Withdrawal of Weaver Appeal.pdf
Weaver Appeal Docket.pdf
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