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October 14, 2014

In The News Today – October 14, 2014

The National Law Journal highlights Legal Newsline‘s objections “to motions by plaintiffs—who claim that exposure to Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC’s products caused their asbestos-related illnesses—to seal information about their settlements in the manufacturer’s pending bankruptcy.” (National Law Journal)

A California auto dealership, Lampe Dodge-Chrisler-Jeep, has filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court against the Keller, Fishback & Jackson law firm in a lawsuit that alleges “the firm refused to release the dealership from an asbestos wrongful death case despite having no evidence proving causation or liability.” The dealership’s attorney, Michael J. Lampe, asserts that the allegations in his client’s lawsuit “rises to the level of probably criminal activity.” (Legal Newsline/Washington Examiner)

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