A Miami federal judge has denied requests by the nation’s biggest banks to dismiss a class action suit by checking account customers who claim they are being charged abusive overdraft fees on debit cards.

Senior U.S. District Judge James Lawrence King’s 50-page ruling Thursday keeps alive a closely watched consumer lawsuit that could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars and is shining a national spotlight on what plaintiffs lawyers say are egregious bank practices.

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