Bad news for class action defense lawyers: Not only is Rule 68 not a silver bullet, it isn’t even a bulletproof vest.

That’s the upshot of a recent 10-page decision by Chief U.S. District Judge Harvey Bartle III in Zeigenfuse v. Apex Asset Management in which he granted a motion by the plaintiff to strike the defendant’s Rule 68 offer.

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