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Kellogg class-action settlement rejected by federal appeals court

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A federal appeals court has rejected a proposed class-action settlement that would have given $2 million to lawyers and no more than $15 to each customer, an amount the court called “paltry.”  The suit against Kellogg claimed the company made misleading statements about its Frosted Mini-Wheats improving attentiveness for students.

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