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  1. Finally: A Plaintiffs' Lawyer Who Stopped at Nothing Pays the Price

    July 20, 2018 | Blogs

    A New York appeals court has turned what could be the last page on a twisted tale of manipulation, bribery, back-room dealing and bombast that is sure to go down in legal history. Last week, the court suspended the law license of plaintiffs' bar crusader Steven Donziger until further notice.... Read More

  2. Lawsuit Lending Again Rears Its Ugly Head, This Time for Injured Football Players

    July 19, 2018 | Blogs

    Look no further than the National Football League (NFL) concussion settlement as an example, where lawyers, plaintiffs, and the court are engaged in a legal battle that has nothing to do with the settlement's purpose.... Read More

  3. No Good Deal Goes Un-litigated

    July 18, 2018 | Blogs

    Want to sign a merger deal? You'll probably need to fight a lawsuit before the ink is dry, and it won't be cheap.... Read More

  4. California Legislature Refuses to Rein in Misleading Drug Lawsuit Ads

    July 12, 2018 | Blogs

    California plaintiffs' lawyers came out in force last week to stop a bill that would make deceptive drug lawsuit advertising by lawyers a violation of the state's major consumer protection law. The bill was unanimously passed by the California Assembly in May, but a hearing scheduled before the state Senate Judiciary Committee for July 3 was abruptly cancelled after the politically-powerful group, Consumer Attorneys of California, voiced its opposition. ... Read More

  5. Securities Class Action Lawsuits Remain Near 2017 Record High

    July 12, 2018 | Blogs

    The chances of a company being sued in a securities class action lawsuit are higher now than at any time in the 20 years since Congress passed the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA), which rewrote the rules for modern securities fraud litigation in 1995. ... Read More

  6. Senate Must Confirm Brian Benczkowski Today

    July 11, 2018 | Blogs

    Today the U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote on confirming Brian Benczkowski to this key post, which will allow DOJ to continue on its path of reining in over-enforcement against American companies. ... Read More