Judge Pushes Back On TJX Settlement

The federal judge overseeing the consumer portion of the TJX case is concerned about the proposed settlement and wants to see TJX vouchers replaced by cash.

U.S. District Court Judge William G. Young told attorneys late Thursday that he "had a lot of questions and concerns" about the settlement, which provided for wronged consumers to be given $30 TJX vouchers, according to Thomas G. Shapiro, an attorney representing some of the consumer plaintiffs who was present in the courtroom. Read more.

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