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September 28, 2015

In the News Today – September 28, 2015

Is duplicative enforcement and litigation by city and state governments, as well as private lawsuits, “putting the wheel clamps” on “gig economy” companies, such as Uber? (Wall Street Journal)

The next enforcement target of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission: Mutual fund fee practices? (New York Times)

Believe it or not, Ralph Nader has opened a new “American Museum of Tort Law” in his hometown of Winsted, Connecticut. The museum highlights cases, such as the famous 1992 McDonald’s “Hot Coffee” lawsuit. (New York Times)

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