In what appears to be the first test case for the Northern District of California’s new class settlement guidance, lawyers submitted new details about the $85M Yahoo data breach settlement in response to probing questions from a federal judge.

Following lawyers’ court papers to approve last month’s settlement, one of the largest for a data breach, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh issued two orders for supplemental information that largely mimic the Northern District of California’s new guidance for class action settlements, widely considered the strictest in the nation.

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