A California federal court has refused to approve a $6.5 million settlement between Tri-Union Seafoods and commercial food preparers. In re Packaged Seafood Prods. Antitrust Litig., No. 15-2670 (S.D. Cal., entered January 17, 2020). The court found that the proposed $6.5 million, half of which would go to attorney's fees and $2 million to costs and expenses, "would provide at most $1.5 million" to the class. The gross settlement amount "is approximately one-third of the damages," the court noted, and "a rough calculation suggests that [the class] will collectively receive approximately 6.85% of the damages they attribute to [the defendant]."