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November 20, 2017

DOJ Will Stop “Practice of Regulation by Guidance,” AG Sessions Says

TCPA Plaintiff On Track for Huge Payday: A New Jersey court may rule in favor of a serial TCPA plaintiff despite saying he “manufactured the harm based on his motivation to be award monetary awards.” The plaintiff has won about $800,000 in 31 lawsuits. (Forbes/Legal Newsline)

Supreme Court to Weigh Curbing State Securities Class Actions: Oral arguments begin today Cyan Inc. v. Beaver County Employees Retirement Fund, which will decide whether state courts should handle securities class action lawsuits. At issue is whether securities laws from 1933 and 1998 mandate these cases be handled by federal courts. (Law360)

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