While Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, the class counsel, has set their eyes on a portion of the settlement funds for fees and expenses, Abdulaziz Jamal Johar Al-Johar, the lead plaintiff, aims for a $25,000 incentive award.
Interestingly, while a judge did scrap some claims against Home Point, the lender will need to answer for its alleged inflated statements about costs.
Staying firm on their stand, Home Point and its top brass deny any breaches of federal securities regulations. They assert their commitment to compliance and legal sanctity.
As of now, both sides’ legal representatives remain tight-lipped, with no immediate comments available.