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Settlement By Bank of America on Uber Overdraft Fees For $22M Gets SDNY Approval Ipsi Dixit For Uber

Google, Asked at UN About Censorship, Moved to Censor the Questioner, Sources Say, Blaming UN -Update- Editorial. Click on cover for secure site ordersalso includes"Toxic Credit in the Global Inner City" Community. Of the $22 million, class counsel get $5.5 million. As recited in Judge Nathan's order, " On July 25, 2018, consumer protection offices of the Attorneys General of the States of New York, Arizona, Iowa, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Rhode island, and Washington filed a letter with the Court expressing concern that the proposed settlement purported to release Uber from liability despite its third-party status... The Attorneys General's objection does not warrant modification of the final settlement, as the law of this Circuit permits third-party releases under the circumstances presented here." The case is 1:15-cv-10031, and on January 28 Deutsche Bank's lawyers tried to argue for longer than allowed briefs: "Magistrate Judge Freeman: We represent defendants Deutsche Bank National Trust Company and Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, as trustees for the residential mortgage-backed securitization trusts at issue in the above-referenced actions (collectively, “Defendant”). Defendant requests that this Court (i) strike the briefs that the Phoenix Light plaintiffs (collectively, “Phoenix Light”) and Commerzbank filed this weekend in opposition to Defendant’s respective motions for summary judgment in those actions, because each of those briefs contained 27,945 words (92 pages), approximately twice the word limit set by this Court; (ii) order that each of Phoenix Light and Commerzbank may file an amended opposition brief that complies with the applicable 14,000-word limit within seven days after its non-compliant brief is struck and that any such amended brief may only contain text that is in its current, non-compliant brief (i.e., each Plaintiff should only be permitted to excise language from its current brief and not add new language, argument or citation); and (iii) order that Defendant’s reply briefs are due 35 days after Commerzbank and Phoenix Light file any compliant oppositions. As Defendant’s reply briefs are currently due on February 15, Defendant respectfully requests a telephonic conference on these issues at the Court’s earliest convenience."

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