In the News Today - February 23, 2018

Fears of More N.J. Plaintiffs Spur Biz Push for Legal Fixes: ILR’s Harold Kim told Bloomberg Law that the recent Bristol-Myers Squibb U.S. Supreme Court ruling could make New Jersey “even more of a magnet” for out-of-state lawsuits. The decision, which tightened jurisdictional standards, could invite more lawsuits to the Garden State that would have previously been filed elsewhere. (Bloomberg Law)

SCOTUS Likely Won't Review 'Case-Killer' TCPA Decision: A Drinker Biddle & Reath attorney said the U.S. Supreme Court is unlikely to review a judgment that says the Federal Communications Commission does not have the power to require businesses to include an “opt-out” notice on solicited fax advertisements. (Legal Newsline)

February 23, 2018