In another setback for lawyers suing banks that issued pandemic relief loans, a federal judicial panel has refused to coordinate dozens of lawsuits brought by agents over unpaid fees.

In a Wednesday order, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation rejected requests from plaintiffs lawyers to coordinate cases on behalf of agents against more than 200 banks across the nation. The sheer number of defendants posed a problem for the panel.

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