In an unusual pairing, a DeKalb County State Court judge in Georgia assisted a U.S. District Court judge in Birmingham, Ala., in mediating settlements in more than 200 suits in which plaintiffs said liquid vitamin supplements made them ill.

DeKalb County State Court Judge Alvin T. Wong participated in the mass mediation at the request of U.S. District Court Judge R. David Proctor of the Northern District of Alabama, who presides over multidistrict federal litigation involving the Total Body Formula liquid supplements.

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