UPDATED: 07.18.2017 — the proposed settlement agreement has been entered, and is getting “dressed up” for a notice to the class. It provides for $3.3 million in damages. I’ll make a new netry if we ever find out whether any of it is coming from Mr. Allin’s personal funds. [End update.]
Just as we expected, we learned tonight that the parties have only to draft up the formal agreement of settlement now.
It happened a couple of days ago, but with family emergencies on my end, I couldn’t check the PACER docket after last Thursday. I for one cannot wait to see how much Mr. Allin is contributing, personally.
In any event, now you know:
…This docket entry was made by the Clerk on Tuesday, June 13, 2017:
MINUTE entry before the Honorable Mary M. Rowland: The parties’ Joint Motion
for Preliminary Approval of Class Settlement is due on or before 6/28/17. Mailed notice. . . .
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