Following up on a promise from a Justice Department official, government lawyers asked a judge last week to reject a class action settlement that proposes nearly $2 million in attorney fees for plaintiffs lawyers.

The DOJ’s rare statement of interest about the fairness of the settlement is the first filed since Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand suggested in a speech last week that the department would ramp up its review of fairness in such settlements.

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