Court Approves Google $90 Million Class Action Settlement In Click-Fraud Case

Jul 28, 2006 | By: Michael J. Hassen

The Los Angeles Times reports that yesterday an Arkansas judge approved the $90 million settlement of the click-fraud class action lawsuit against Google. While more than 70 objections to the proposed settlement had been filed, Google’s class action defense attorneys noted that all but one of Google’s 20 largest advertisers approved of the settlement. The court reportedly downplayed the concerns of small advertisers, and concluded that the terms of the settlement were “fair, reasonable and adequate.” The article, entitled “Judge OKs Google’s Click-Fraud Settlement,” may be found in the Business Section of the July 28, 2006 edition of the Los Angeles Times.

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