Welcome to Law.com Class Actions: Critical Mass, a weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. Sandy Hook victims’ families have agreed to a settlement with Remington over marketing of the AR-15. Spices allegedly containing toxic substances could be joining baby food as the next big thing in consumer class actions. Learn who will be leading the charge against Bank of America for allegedly imposing fees it promised to cancel.

I’m Ellen Bardash, filling in for Amanda Bronstad. Feel free to email me with your input at [email protected], or Amanda at [email protected]. You can follow me on Twitter @Dellenware and Amanda @abronstadlaw.

An image of the weapon used during the Newtown shooting is displayed while attorney Josh Koskoff speaks during a news conference in Trumbull, Conn., Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. (Photo: Seth Wenig/AP)

Sandy Hook Firearm Suit Ends In $73M Settlement