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August 14, 2015

In the News Today – August 14, 2015

Garlock Sealing Technologies hopes a Kentucky appellate court reinstates its lawsuit against a Louisville plaintiffs’ firm who represented a plaintiff in a $700,000 asbestos case. Garlock alleges the plaintiffs’ attorneys “waited until they had secured the verdict to begin submitting claims of bankruptcy trusts designed to compensate asbestos victims.” (Legal Newsline)

A surge in personal injury claims in the UK is having an impact on at least one insurer, Esure, who says the increase in claims caused the company’s half-year profits in its motor insurance underwriting business to plummet by more than 21%. As a result, premiums may increase in the second half of the year. (Insurance Times UK)

Five large banks agreed to settlements in class action litigation related to the foreign exchange market. Plaintiffs’ attorneys announced the total settlements in the litigation have now reached $2 billion. (Law360)

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