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August 7, 2018

In the News Today – August 7, 2018

“Why Bristol-Myers Applies To Absent Class Members”: A partner at Thompson Hine LLP released part one of his three-part series on why the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Bristol-Myers Squibb decision on personal jurisdiction applies to class actions. In this edition, Brian Troyer argued that the decision’s personal jurisdiction requirements should apply to both named and absent class members. (Law360)

Florida AG Candidate Says He Wants to “Sue and Go After People”: Sean Shaw, a candidate running to be Florida’s next attorney general, said he wants the position because he “can just sue and go after people.” Research fellows at the Manhattan Institute and the Competitive Enterprise Institute said Shaw’s comments represent a rise in attorney general candidates that want to use the office’s power to influence policy. (Legal Newsline)

 

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