Juul awaits final approval for proposed $255m settlement in US class action case

Juul Labs wants to pay $255m to resolve claims that it deceptively marketed e-cigarettes, ending a significant class action lawsuit that’s part of an even bigger legal case against the company. The proposed settlement still needs final approval, but a judge gave preliminary approval on 20th January.

The Wall Street Journal has revealed that Juul is in early talks with three tobacco giants about a potential sale, investment or partnership, according to those familiar with the matter.

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