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October 9, 2014

In The News Today – October 9, 2014

In response to recently filed motions to seal documents that incriminate plaintiffs’ lawyers in the Garlock Sealing Technologies bankruptcy proceedings, several oppositions were filed on October 2, arguing that the motions to seal were “too vague” in that they failed to request the sealing of specific documents. (Washington Examiner)

The Eighth Circuit has reversed a district court judgment and directed a review of the plaintiff’s revocation of consent in a TCPA case (Brenner v. Am. Ed. Servs.). Although the plaintiff wrote a letter to American Education Services requesting that AES cease to contact him, the Eastern District of Missouri found that the plaintiff also voluntarily provided his number and explicitly agreed to “the exact type of communications of which he now complains.” (National Law Review)

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