Welcome to Critical Mass, Law.com’s briefing on class actions and mass torts. I’m Amanda Bronstad in Los Angeles. A casualty of Remington’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy could be the case brought by 10 families of Sandy Hook victims that’s now before the Connecticut Supreme Court. After Savannah Law School closed its doors, former students did as they’ve been taught: they sued. And a federal judge in a class action questioned what PACER fees actually fund.

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