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This week: A magistrate judge entered a plea of not guilty on behalf of Tom Girardi, who now earns $3,000 a month in Social Security income. A federal judge prepared to sign off on Facebook’s $725 million privacy settlement instead paused his approval after New Mexico’s attorney general stepped in. A judge in the hair relaxer lawsuits appointed 35 lawyers to one of the most diverse plaintiffs’ leadership teams in multidistrict litigation.

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