I write a monthly column entitled "Expert's Corner" in Class Action Attorney Fee Digest. My August Column describes an interesting situation: a nationwide consumer class action settlement entered by a state court in Illinois that a state court in North Carolina has refused to respect under the Full, Faith, and Credit Clause in part because the class members received almost no compensation while the attorneys received a significant fee. See Moody v. Sears, Roebuck and Co., 2007 WL 2582193 (N.C.Super. May 7, 2007). The case raises a host of interesting issues which I describe and critique.