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January 17, 2018

In the News Today – January 17, 2018

Clock For State Claims Stops In Federal Court, SCOTUS Says: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that “statutes of limitations for state claims are suspended while those claims are pending in federal court.” In his dissent, Justice Neil Gorsuch said the ruling is “no small intrusion on traditional state functions and no small departure from our foundational principles of federalism.” (Law360)

Abuse of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act Just Keeps Getting Worse: A Telephone Consumer Protection Act “professional plaintiff” made $800,000 off 31 lawsuits since 2010. His case, or cases, is another reason in favor of a legislative update to the 26-year-old law. (ILR Blog)

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