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April 4, 2014

In the News Today – April 4, 2014

Courts are taking a closer look at attorney fees in merger and acquisition lawsuits that often result in disclosure-only settlements. Law 360

Legal Newsline takes a look at the future of asbestos litigation in Madison County, IL, the busiest asbestos docket in the country.

Tennessee legislators debated a bill that would cap the amount of interest that lawsuit lenders would be allowed to charge borrowers. Knoxville News-Sentinel

Even when shareholder litigants win, they lose, writes Rich Smith in Daily Finance. He points to a recent ILR study that found the overall cost of securities litigation outweighs the benefits to individual shareholders.

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