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November 30, 2016

In the News Today – November 30, 2016

  • Class Counsel Seeking $9 Million in Fees in a $30 Million Settlement: Attorneys for a group of plaintiffs in a $30 million class action settlement with Wells Fargo over alleged violations of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act have requested more than $9 million in fees, costs and expenses. (Legal Newsline)
  • EPA To Analyze Asbestos Under Revised Toxic Substances Control Act: Yesterday, the EPA revealed the first 10 chemicals it will evaluate for potential risks to human health under the newly revised Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) — and asbestos is on the list. In June, President Obama signed a revision to the TSCA that made it easier for the EPA to “come down harder” on substances like asbestos. The 10 chemicals chosen by the EPA will be “prioritized for evaluation and regulation if they are shown to present unreasonable risks.” (Law360
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