The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering mass-tort treatment for claims by hundreds of former Prudential Insurance Co. workers that the company conspired with a New York law firm to bamboozle them out of employment benefits.

Angela Roper, who represents 161 of the 236 plaintiffs, said in an application made public Monday that coordinated discovery and special masters would help resolve the seven-year-old matter.

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