After nearly six years of litigation, a Macon, Ga., firm has negotiated a $50 million class-action settlement between International Dairy Queen and one-third of the Dairy Queen franchises nationwide.

In an order signed March 13, U.S. District Court Senior Judge Wilbur D. Owens Jr. said the proposed settlement “appeared reasonable.” Hugh Collins v. International Dairy Queen, No.94-95-4-MAC (M.D. Ga. April 14, 1994).

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