Federal Judges Are Asking More—and Earlier—Questions About Class Action Settlements
Federal judges are asking more questions prior to granting preliminary approval of class action settlements, partly due to 2018 rules changes, but also as lawyers have become more creative in how they structure such agreements. One example: The $2 billion Roundup settlement that a judge rejected this week.
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