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August 27, 2015

In the News Today – August 27, 2015

A Wisconsin personal injury firm has filed its second TCPA class action lawsuit over allegedly unsolicited faxes … this time against a lawsuit lending firm. (Legal Newsline)

“I guarantee it is not what the framers of the (Illinois) Constitution had in mind when they created the retention system for judges,” said Illinois Civil Justice League President John Pastuovic about three Madison County, IL judges’ plans to retire this year so they can run for election in 2016. By running for election, they only need a majority of votes instead of the 60 percent required for retention. (Belleville News-Democrat)

Nationwide litigation over “high-frequency trading” against seven stock exchanges and Barclays was dismissed yesterday. The litigation had been filed by a group of pension funds and investors. Investigations into high-frequency trading continue by several government regulators and the New York attorney general. (CNBC)

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