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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has tossed out class certification for more than 1 million potential plaintiffs suing Wells Fargo, ruling that the banking behemoth did not waive its rights to compel arbitration when it agreed to defend in court five cases seeking damages for the way the bank calculated overdraft charges.

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Greg Land

Greg Land covers topics including verdicts and settlements and insurance-related litigation for the Daily Report in Atlanta.

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