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July 18, 2016

In the News Today — July 18, 2016

  • Op-Ed: Legal Reforms Needed in New York: Citing the “outsized influence of the trial lawyer’s agenda in Albany,” Adam Morey, government affairs manager for the Lawsuit Reform Alliance of New York, cites the state’s 21st ranking in ILR’s 2015 Lawsuit Climate Survey study in calling for passage of legal reforms in the state. He specifically calls for reforms to the state’s “antiquated and litigation-friendly Scaffold Law.” (Albany Times-Union)

  • SEC Rules Changes a Band-Aid, Not a Cure, Writes Attorney: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) defense attorney David Chase writes that last week’s SEC rules changes regarding its in-house proceedings that allow “a party additional time to prepare his case, and the right to take depositions and other similar procedural benefits,” are a “mere ‘Band-Aid’ affixed to a very sick patient, and unfortunately not a cure.” (The Hill
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