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May 6, 2016

In the News Today — May 6, 2016

  • Data Security Class Action Filed Against Chicago Law Firm: Class action plaintiffs’ firm Edelson PC announced that it is bringing a federal class action against an unnamed Chicago law firm over allegations of data security regarding client information. The firm said the case was filed under seal so as not to alert hackers about the problem. Edelson said it is “gearing up” to file similar claims against other law firms. (Global Legal Post)

  • Missouri Rep Pushes for Legal Reform Legislation: Missouri Rep. Linda Black pens an op-ed advocating for the governor to sign two legal reform bills. One bill, to adopt the Daubert Standard, “would improve the reliability of expert evidence that is presented to juries in Missouri state courts.” Another bill would have Missouri “join many other states that have already worked to reform collateral source statutes so that awards do not exceed actual recovery costs.” (Farmington Press)
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