$76M Cruise Robocall Deal Merits Final Approval, Judge Told

Law360, New York (February 13, 2017, 6:56 PM EST) -- An Illinois federal judge has been asked to grant final approval to a $76 million deal resolving a class action accusing several cruise marketing companies of robocalling potentially millions of Americans, with class members calling it one of the most favorable Telephone Consumer Protection Act settlements on record.

The Thursday motion asks U.S. District Judge Matthew Kennelly to give his final blessing to a deal he preliminarily approved in September, saying that when all is said and done, Caribbean Cruise Lines Inc., the Berkley Group Inc. and Vacation Ownership Marketing Tours Inc. will have created a $76 million common fund that will provide most...

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