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November 8, 2013

In the News Today – November 8, 2013

Australian Attorney-General George Brandis criticized the involvement of law firms in companies that finance class actions, saying the arrangements give rise to unavoidable moral hazards and conflicts of interest. The Australian

A petition is asking the California Supreme Court to review a ruling that awarded nearly $350,000 in attorneys’ fees for a case that netted the plaintiff $550. Legal Newsline

“If defendants truly want to end silly class actions,” Alison Frankel writes in Reuters, “their best course is to stop giving plaintiffs’ lawyers an incentive to file them.”

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