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April 11, 2016

In the News Today – April 11, 2016

  • Reorganization for Slater & Gordon: Publicly-traded Australian class action plaintiffs’ firm Slater & Gordon “is looking at closing offices, streamlining its British operations” and offloading the Accident Claims Helpline business it acquired in the wake of a $958 million loss posted for the last half of 2015. The firm is facing possible shareholder class action funded, in part, by several large litigation financiers. (The Australian)
  • Miami ‘Ground Zero’ for Defective Beer Label Suits? An article in the Miami New Times claims Miami is “ground zero” for class action lawsuits alleging deceptive beer labeling. The latest example, according to the article, is a suit against Anheuser-Busch Companies alleging “the company’s Leffe beer hasn’t been brewed by monks (in the Abbey of Leffe) since the days of Marie Antoinette.” (Miami New Times)

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