The Council on American-Islamic Relations agreed to mediation to avoid a fraud lawsuit, Lopez vs. CAIR, this week. The American Freedom Law Center represented the suit with major funding from the Middle East Forum.
Repeatedly the focus of controversy including ties to terrorists in the Middle East, the Council on American Islamic Relations settled a potential lawsuit accusing fraud this week, AFLC Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi stating that while the terms of the settlement are confidential, "Lady Justice is smiling as a result of this support." (ACT photo)
CAIR was accused of racketeering, breach of fiduciary duty and common law fraud . . . [of] hundreds of prospective clients in search of legal counsel: Morris J. Days III of CAIR took money from Muslim clients in exchange for purported legal services.