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February 26, 2015

In The News Today – February 26, 2015

ILR’s Faces of Lawsuit Abuse commends the Supreme Court for “letting John Yates off the hook” in Yates v. United States, a case wherein the fisherman was alleged to have destroyed a “tangible object” in violation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act when released three fish into the ocean. “After all, the law was intended to prosecute white-collar crime, not whitefish crime.” (Faces of Lawsuit Abuse)

In a post-discovery memorandum submitted to the Hodges bankruptcy court, Garlock Sealing Technologies supplied evidence of four cases pursued by Philadelphia’s Shein Law Center which sought or won inflated verdicts and settlements. “Garlock has filed a racketeering lawsuit against the Shein Law Center, as well as similar lawsuits against three other firms.” (Legal Newsline)

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