Mediation Resolves Pet Food Multi-District Litigation in Principle

A comprehensive, cross-border settlement in principle addressing all major terms has been reached through mediation in the Pet Food Multi-District Litigation. While approval of a definitive settlement agreement is required, along with approval of both the U.S. federal court and Canadian courts, the parties reported to the New Jersey court that they are confident of final resolution. Once finalized, the administrator of a settlement fund will provide details to pet owners on how to submit individual claims.

Marketwire (April 1, 2008)

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Keith Seat

Keith L. Seat is a full-time mediator and arbitrator who can effectively assist parties in resolving a wide range of telecommunications, antitrust and other commercial disputes. With over twenty years of legal experience as a mediator, arbitrator, litigator, advocate before executive branch agencies, and key staffer in the legislative and… MORE >

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