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January 29, 2019

In the News Today – January 29, 2019

“Can Judges Bar Class Action Settlement Talks Before Certification?”: A debate over whether judges should be able to delay settlement talks until the class is actually certified is raging in San Francisco in a consumer false advertising class action. (Reuters)

“Can ‘Bundle’ Payment Plans Shield Against FCA Liability?”: Attorneys with the Baker McKenzie law firm explore how “bundled” payments in False Claims Act litigation may or may not benefit pharmaceutical companies. (Law360)

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