A deal worth up to $38 million, resolving alleged automatic enrollment of online consumers in a rewards program, won approval again after the Ninth Circuit ordered a second look (In re Easysaver Rewards Litig., 2016 BL 257398, S.D. Cal., 09-2094, 8/9/16).
An online merchandise credit isn’t the same as a “coupon” that would trigger requirements under the Class Action Fairness Act (
In class action settlements that include a coupon component,...
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