A challenge that has held up a $117 million settlement Texas state officials reached with Farmers Group Inc. in 2002 isn’t over yet.

The Texas Supreme Court held on April 27 that the state’s attorney general had a right to bring a class action in the state’s dispute with the insurer but that the claims the AG asserted must meet statutory class action prerequisites.

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