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December 2, 2013

In the News Today – December 2, 2013

James Beck of the Drug & Device Law Blog explains why Halliburton v. Fund could have implications beyond securities class actions. American Lawyer

The DOJ’s use of FIRREA to prosecute financial institutions is worrisome to Dan Webb and Robb Adkins. They write that the agency is getting away from the law’s original intent of protecting such institutions from fraud. National Law Journal ($)

The largest consumer class action in Australian history has begun. 38,000 plaintiffs are suing ANZ over bank fees. Australian Broadcasting Corporation News

Supreme Court Qui Tam Action Blog Supreme Court to Review Qui Tam Action Dismissal Standards  False Claims Act (FCA) Blog Law 360 Expert Analysis: "False Claims Act Proposal Is Unfair And Would Hinder Economic Growth" False Claims Act (FCA) U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington D.C. News Reuters "Has An Investor-Backed FCA Whistleblower Reached The End of the Road?" False Claims Act (FCA) U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington D.C. Blog Flying Blind: Secret Funding in Government Lawsuits and What to Do About It False Claims Act (FCA), Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) News On Appeal, Justice Dept. Prevails In Bid To Dismiss Pharma Fraud Case False Claims Act (FCA)

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