Fla. Judge OKs Prevagen Deal After Striking Objection

Law360 (November 18, 2020, 10:32 PM EST) -- A Florida federal judge granted final approval Wednesday to a class action settlement over accusations that the maker of Prevagen lied about the effects of the memory supplement, after the judge roasted a bid by a "serial objector" to upend the agreement.

The deal, which resolves claims brought against Quincy Bioscience LLC by consumers in a half-dozen suits across the country, will cover up to 3 million buyers. It places requirements on how the Wisconsin-based company can represent that Prevagen improves memory or limits age-related memory problems and will also provide partial refunds to customers of up to $70 with proof of...

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