Welcome to Critical Mass, Law.com’s weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. This week, Equifax agreed to pay nearly $1 billion to settle regulatory actions and consumer class actions brought over its massive data breach. Also: Why a judge’s tentative plan to reduce a $2 billion Roundup verdict still hurts Monsanto. And, a Delaware federal judge‘s ruling sends thousands of talc lawsuits back to state court.
Equifax’s $1.4B Settlement Is Largest Ever for Data Breach
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