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January 16, 2018

New Jersey Enacts Foreign Judgment Recognition Reform Law

Judge Expected to Rule Whether Coffee is Subject to California Warning Labels: A California court is expected to rule whether a chemical produced during the coffee roasting process would subject the product to California’s 1986 law requiring warning labels on all products that have even trace amounts of cancer-causing chemicals. The former head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration testified that coffee was safe and putting a warning label on it could drive people to get caffeine from less safe sources. (Wall Street Journal)

Lawsuit Asks If Companies Funding Litigation Are Breaking Florida Law: A Florida man has sued a lawsuit lending firm for charging him “51 percent interest, a $600 processing fee and a $345 origination fee, which was charged every six months.” (Forbes/Legal Newsline)

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