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January 6, 2015

In The News Today – January 6, 2015

Forbes’ Daniel Fisher writes about a New York plaintiff’s attorney/blogger who “opposes tort reform” and “celebrates” the power of juries to award millions of dollars in damages — but who is “furious” about lawsuits filed against him by people who “didn’t like what he wrote in his blog.” (Forbes)

Gerald Walpin, former inspector general in the Bush Administration, writes an op-ed detailing how he filed a 15-page objection with the court over a securities class action settlement, which led the judge in the case to reject the settlement and criticize a “tsunami” of securities class action litigation. (Wall Street Journal)

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