Welcome to Critical Mass, Law.com’s weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. This week, a federal judge appeared reluctant to reject a proposal for a “negotiation” class that could settle lawsuits over the opioid crisis. And a California judge reviewing $68 million in attorney fees in a Wells Fargo settlement is the latest to scrutinize rates for contract attorneys. Plus, a Kentucky jury gave a defense verdict for Johnson & Johnson and Colgate-Palmolive in the latest talc trial.
Judge Chides Objectors to Opioid Proposal
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