A judge is expected to approve a $9.5 million settlement agreed to by Disney as a way of compensating a class of more than 100,000 Magic Key Park pass holders.

But it could take several months, according to an attorney familiar with the case.

“The parties have asked the judge to preliminarily approve the proposed settlement and to certify a class of Disney passholders for the purposes of collecting proceeds for the settlement,” said David Marcus, a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. “So, the judge still has to approve the settlement, and that is a fairly involved process that will unfold over the next three months or so.”

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