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November 2, 2015

In the News Today – November 2, 2015

“Television viewers in two Florida cities face more television ads by lawyers than any other TV market in the nation. A new report released last week (by ILR) says Tampa and Orlando have the most television spots for lawyers.” (Associated Press)

“The Times reports without skepticism the plaintiff-lawyer version of the story,” writes Forbes‘ Daniel Fisher, in a piece ripping the New York Times’ anti-arbitration report. (Forbes)

The U.S. Supreme Court today will consider Spokeo Inc. v Robins, in which the court “will consider whether the trial bar can put together class actions seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages without showing that anyone was harmed.” The case will give “the High Court the opportunity to rein in another attempt by the plaintiffs’ bar to rewrite the law for profit.” (Wall Street Journal Editorial)

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