Sensa Class Action Complaint Gets Second Shot At Certification
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
A federal judge denied certification without prejudice, allowing plaintiff's attorneys to file an amended complaint with arguments and evidence countering reasons for denying certification as a class. Two other complaints were resolved in settlements following FTC's settlement with Sensa Products and its parent firm in 2014 for $26.5m.
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