Aspiring lawyers who sat for the July 2014 bar examination are eligible for $90 each from software company ExamSoft Worldwide Inc. under a class action settlement.

ExamSoft has agreed to pay $2.1 million to bar takers who ran into technical problems while trying to upload their exam responses last year. Ten bar takers in numerous states filed five separate lawsuits following the exam, which became known on the Internet as “Barmaggedon.”

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