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EPISODE 9: Are US-Style Class Actions Coming to the UK?

For the past few years, plaintiffs’ lawyers and litigation funders have set their sights on bringing the worst parts of the US lawsuit system to countries like Australia, Korea, the EU, and the…

News New ILR Blog: “The Mass Arbitration Racket: Unscrupulous Abuse Of The Arbitration Ecosystem” Arbitration Blog The Mass Arbitration Racket: Unscrupulous Abuse Of The Arbitration Ecosystem Arbitration News In The News Today- December 18, 2020 COVID-19 Liability News New ILR Podcast Episode: Are Us-Style Class Actions Coming To The UK? International Initiatives Blog U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Enhances Liability Protections and Provides Relief From Unfair Enforcement Practices COVID-19 Liability ILR's Cause for Action Podcast Podcasts EPISODE 9: Are US-Style Class Actions Coming to the UK? International Initiatives News Liability protection can help revive our economy post-COVID-19 COVID-19 Liability Wooden Gavel Blog ILR Submits Comments to Advisory Committee on Evidence Rules Over Courts’ Interpretation of Rule 702 News In the News Today - December 16, 2020 Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Woman wearing a mask News Flags Of Valor Owner Wants Congress To Pass COVID-19 Liability Protections COVID-19 Liability Blog “Sense of Futility?” SCOTUS Questions TCPA’s Applicability In Today’s World Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Louisiana: The Lawsuit Paradise News In The News Today- December 14, 2020 Class Action Litigation News UK Supreme Court Risks Opening The Class Action Floodgates with Recent Decision Class Action Litigation, International Initiatives Blog UK Supreme Court Risks Opening the Class Action Floodgates International Initiatives
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