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April 7, 2014

In the News Today – April 7, 2014

A proposal to allow private lawsuits over allegations of tax discrepancies is a “horrible, horrible idea,” ILR SVP Matt Webb told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “Anyone with a political axe to grind could use the full force of the IRS” to settle scores.

The U.S. Panel on Multidistrict Litigation refused to toss a lawsuit accusing Honeywell of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, finding that the claims against Honeywell are similar enough to include with litigation against other defendants. Law 360

Unpaid internships could be a thing of the past if a class action lawsuit seeking back pay is successful. Los Angeles Times

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