Welcome to Critical Mass, Law.com’s briefing on class actions and mass torts. I’m Max Mitchell in Philadelphia, filling in for my colleague Amanda Bronstad. Google received some bad news recently as a California judge determined that a pay-equity class action can move forward against the tech giant. And the first case to go to trial over allegedly defective Bard IVC blood filters ended with a $4 million verdict for the plaintiffs in Arizona.

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