The fate of hundreds of federal lawsuits stemming from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill has been settled. The cases will go in front of a single judge in New Orleans. The issue of how to handle these suits is a contentious one and some are wondering if it's possible to hold a fair trial. Judge Carl J. Barbier has owned some oil industry bonds, meanwhile New Orleans residents are extremely angry about the spill. National legal correspondent for The New York Times, John Schwartz reports from New Orleans.