A Colorado state court has approved the settlements of several wrongful death and personal injury suits against 14 defendants—including Jensen Farms—stemming from the sale of cantaloupe tainted with Listeria that killed 33 people in 2011. Exley v. Jensen Farms, No. 2011-1891 (Colo. D.C., Arapahoe Cnty., order entered March 5, 2015). The court dismissed 24 of 26 cases pursuant to the settlement agreement reached in February 2015, remanded one case to a Texas court and left the dismissal of the last case to a probate court because it regards a minor. The settlement terms are confidential, but according to plaintiffs’ attorney Bill Marler, the medical expenses total more than $12 million. Details about the criminal charges against the brothers who own Jensen Farms appear in Issue 500 of this Update. See Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 11, 2015.