1. In the News Today - September 11, 2019

    September 11, 2019 | News

    Third Party Funders Now Pitching Canadian Start-Ups... Read More

  2. Justice System Should Work "The Way It Is Intended To" On PFAS, Lawyer Says

    September 11, 2019 | News

    At the third PFAS chemical Congressional hearing this year, a Virginia-based prosecuting attorney said Congress should "let the justice system work the way it is intended to" after uncovering seemingly coordinated efforts between plaintiffs' lawyers and state prosecutors to sue on similar issues, Legal Newsline reports.... Read More

  3. 14 AGs Ask Ohio Judge Not To Move Bellwether Forward

    September 10, 2019 | News

    A group of 14 attorneys general filed an amicus brief to the Sixth Circuit urging the judge overseeing the opioid multidistrict litigation proceedings not to move forward with a bellwether trial with lawsuits from local governments, Law360 reports.... Read More

  4. In the News Today - September 6, 2019

    September 06, 2019 | News

    Chicago Engaging in "Naked Gamesmanship," Uber Says... Read More

  5. Another Judge Rejects Merger Objection Securities Lawsuit

    September 06, 2019 | News

    A Delaware federal judge rejected a merger objection lawsuit because it wouldn't have created a "substantial benefit" to the shareholders, D&O Diary reports.... Read More

  6. "A Scientific Roundup"

    September 04, 2019 | News

    The Wall Street Journal editorial board called the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) recent decision not to approve cancer warnings on glyphosate products a "rebuke to California."... Read More