A federal judge has approved AK Steel Corp.’s $175 million settlement with two classes of retirees in an Employee Retirement Income Security Act lawsuit. The company was accused of unlawfully cutting its health insurance benefits in violation of its collective bargaining agreements. In his ruling, Judge Timothy Black, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, gave the settlement agreement his preliminary approval, and certified a class of hourly employers.
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