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BofA Gets Final Approval Of $27M Settlement After Objections

(August 5, 2016, 3:50 PM ET) — A Pennsylvania federal judge gave the final stamp of approval on Thursday to a $27.5 million settlement between Bank of America and a proposed class of account holders who sued the bank for improperly imposing overdraft fees, rejecting concerns raised by a so-called “professional objector.” [Read more…]

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BofA Class Objects To ‘Professional Objectors’ In $27M Deal

New York (July 28, 2016, 9:27 PM ET) — A plaintiff who has previously made objections in at least eight other cases is wrongfully trying to derail a $27.5 million settlement between Bank of America and a proposed class of account holders who sued the bank for improperly imposing overdraft fees, a Pennsylvania federal judge […]

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Calif. Olive Oil Buyers Win Cert. In False Ad Row

Law360, New York (July 15, 2016, 6:51 PM ET) — A California federal judge on Friday granted class certification to a group of consumers who claim that they were misled by “Imported from Italy” labels on Filippo Berio olive oil, rejecting the company’s arguments that the woman leading the class wasn’t an adequate representative. [Read […]

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