“Court Rejects AOL Settlement Over Questionable Charity Awards”

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The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a proposed class action settlement that would have given nothing to 66 million plaintiffs and nearly $110,000 to a collection of charities, including one that is affiliated with the lower court judge who originally approved the settlement.

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  • When I read what was agreeed to I thought you have got to be kidding the lawyers are already paid and the plaintiffs get nothing the people use get nothing and they get a tac write off

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