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Substitute Class Reps OK’d by Court (access required)

An Abingdon U.S. District Court denies defendant’s objections to a magistrate judge’s order granting plaintiff’s motion to substitute class representatives, even though defendant claims it was prejudiced because it already had deposed the original plaintiffs. The original plaintiffs alleged they had voluntarily leased their interests in coalbed methane gas to defendant EQT Production Company and accused ...

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