In a class action’s sixth time before the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, the court ruled in an unpublished opinion last month that class action treatment is warranted in a case alleging that H&R Block Inc. abused its confidential relationships with class members by not informing them that their “Rapid Refunds” were in fact bank loans.

Defendant H&R Block is seeking reargument before the en banc Superior Court and for the opinion to be published as a citable opinion, said the company’s counsel, William H. Lamb of Lamb McErlane in West Chester, Pa.

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