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November 6, 2013

In the News Today – November 6, 2013

Citing the precedent set by the Supreme Court’s decision in American Express v. Italian Colors, the Sixth Circuit ruled that a plaintiff cannot bring a class arbitration against LexisNexis. American Lawyer

A Wall Street Journal editorial says trial lawyers are attempting to circumvent the reforms established with the Class Action Reform Act by essentially running a class action through the Mississippi AG’s office.

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