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Objection to proposed settlement process explained (access required)

Where a class member objects to a proposed settlement, it must first state its objection with specificity. Then the settling parties must demonstrate that the proposed settlement satisfies the requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 23(a). The district court must balance both the class’s interests and the interests of objectors. Background After the district court preliminarily approved ...