Wells Fargo Customers Defend Class Cert. In Overdraft MDL
Law360, New York (July 10, 2015, 2:35 PM EDT) -- Wells Fargo Bank NA customers suing the bank in federal multidistrict litigation over its alleged practice of deceptively maximizing overdraft fees trashed its bid for reconsideration of class certification on Thursday as a “do over” attempt that recycles old arguments.
The individual plaintiffs and classes in the Florida-based MDL said the bank's motion for reconsideration replayed arguments from its over 260 pages of briefs opposing certification, and that just because the court didn't detail its reason for rejecting each one of Wells Fargo’s arguments doesn't mean they were overlooked.
“The certification issues raised in Wells Fargo’s current motion were already exhaustively...
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