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                       Friday, March 29, 2013


The CAR is not published today in observance of Good Friday.
Publication will resume Monday, April 1, 2013.

Here are some of the notable settlements in 2012 as reported by
the CAR:

   Defendant       Settlement Amount
   ---------       -----------------
   Wells Fargo     $6.6 billion to settle interchange fee lawsuit
   and other       Status: Final approval pending
   banks

   EI Du Pont      $750 million set aside to settle litigation
                   over Imprelis herbicide product liability.
                   Status: Has tentative approval

   Merck & Co.     $688 million to settle two federal securities
                   class action lawsuits related to the ENHANCE
                   trial ($215 million to resolve the action
                   against all of the Merck defendants, and
                   $473 million to resolve the action against all
                   of the Schering-Plough defendants).  Status:
                   pending

   Travelers Cos.  $450 million to settle suit over under-
                   Reporting of workers' compensation premium.
                   Status: pending

   Dairy Farmers
   of America      $158+ million to pay suit by farmers.  Status:
                   Final approval pending

   AT&T Mobility   $153 million to settle the suit alleging
                   the company overcharged millions of customers.
                   Status: pending

   QEP Resources   $115 million to settle suit by royalty owners
                   asserting various claims for damages related
                   to royalty valuation on all Oklahoma wells
                   operated by QEP or from which QEP separately
                   marketed its share of gas.  Status: pending

   Apple Inc       $100+ million to settle suit over minors'
                   purchase of apps downloaded from online iTunes
                   store without parental permission

   Pella Corp.     $90+ million to settle suit over defective
                   windows.  Status: pending

   Macquarie Bank  AU$82.5 million to settle class suit by Storm
                   Financial clients.  Status: pending

   Aetna Inc.      $60 million to settle UCR litigation. Status:
                   pending

   Empire State
   Realty Trust    $55 million to settle suit over consolidation
                   of several real estate entities.  Status: Has
                   preliminary court approval

   Fifth Third     $46 million to settle suit over allegedly
                   unreasonable interchange fees.  Status: Final
                   approval pending

   Experian
   Information
   et al.          $45 million to suit alleging willful and
                   negligent violations of the Fair Credit
                   Reporting Act.  Status: pending

   Revlon Inc.     $9.2 million paid to settling stockholders
                   $22.5 million paid to Fidelity Management &
                   Research Company

                   Shareholders sued Revlon over a 2009
                   exchange offer.  Status: Settlement pending
                   Court approval


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Class Action Reporter is a daily newsletter, co-published by
Bankruptcy Creditors' Service, Inc., Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania,
USA, and Beard Group, Inc., Washington, D.C., USA. Noemi Irene
A. Adala, Joy A. Agravante, Valerie Udtuhan, Julie Anne L. Toledo,
Christopher Patalinghug, Frauline Abangan and Peter A. Chapman,
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