In Miami, a federal court has a final fairness hearing Tuesday involving a “professional objector” to a nationwide settlement with a biotechnology company based over alleged deceptive advertising for Prevagen, a product advertised as a brain-health supplement.

And Adam Moskowitz, a Coral Gables attorney at The Moskowitz Law Firm who represents the lead plaintiffs, John Fowler and Juan Collins, said federal and state judges must firmly address improper objections by alleged professional objectors, like Steve Helfand.

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