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November 18, 2019

In the News Today – November 18, 2019

“The Coming Storm Of Biometric Privacy Laws: How To Comply”: Earlier last week, two Blank Rome law firm attorneys walked through the changing landscape of biometric privacy laws across the country. In the second part of the series, they now offer solutions to comply with the laws. (Law360)

Oklahoma Judge Says Opioid Verdict Must Only Cover One Year, Not 30:
The Cleveland County, Oklahoma judge that oversaw the first opioid trial says the attorney general did not prove that the “public nuisance” created by pharmaceutical companies will take decades to solve, meaning the defendant company must only pay for the first year of the proposed plan. (Legal Newsline)

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