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District Court Grants Class Certification in Boeing Co. Excessive Fee Case
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Sept. 19, 2013
"Spano is one of the original excessive fee cases filed in 2006.... The court keyed in on what was different this time around, as compared to the class certification that was overturned earlier: (1) the breadth of the defined classes has been limited to a specific time period, not all participants, past, present, and future and (2) each of the claims has been broken into subclasses, rather than one gigantic class, with specific evidence that the class reps seeking to represent that subclass meets the adequacy and typicality tests." [Spano v. Boeing, No. 06-0743-DRH (S.D. Ill., Sept. 19, 2013)]

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