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October 27, 2014

In The News Today – October 27, 2014

A recent class action lawsuit against Red Bull (which FacesofLawsuitAbuse.org highlights here) “illustrates a new trend about which consumer product businesses need to be aware.” That is, false advertising class action lawsuits are on the rise. (Grand Rapids Business Journal)

Writing at National Review, John Fund highlights “the importance of the 31 races for state AGs that will be on the ballot” in November. “Though they once occupied a relatively quiet corner of politics, state attorneys general on both sides of the aisle have now become major political and economic players.” (National Review)

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