A polarizing figure from past battles between merchants and payments companies has returned to the interchange debate with harsh words — for both sides.

Lloyd Constantine, who maneuvered the card industry into paying the largest antitrust class-action settlement in history, has resurfaced six years later with a book about the case and some surprising criticism about other lawsuits that he sees as riding his coattails.

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