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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…

Blog TCPA Lawsuits are HOW Expensive?? Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Blog Department of Justice Announces Major Changes to "Yates Memo" Over-Enforcement Blog New Compliance Guidance Shows The DOJ's Continued Commitment to Defending Rule of Law Over-Enforcement Blog Over a Dozen Business Groups Sign Joint Statement Against EU Collective Action Proposal as Drafted International Initiatives Blog Did the Telephone Consumer Protection Act Just Get Even Worse for Small Businesses? Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Blog Department of Justice Guides the Way on Enforcement Over-Enforcement Blog House Diversity Bill Would Create Fair Treatment for All Blog Mission Drift at the American Law Institute Blog 20 Years of Tech: How ILR Has Led the Legal Conversation on Emerging Technologies Data Privacy, Other Issues Blog A Big Win for Integrity: New York City Bar Association Rules Out Splitting Fees With Investors Lawsuit Lending, Third Party Litigation Funding (TPLF) Blog Why is a Securities Class Action Lawsuit In Massachusetts Causing a Stir in the Arkansas Legislature? Securities Litigation Reform Blog From Theory to Practice: DOJ Asserts Its Rightful Authority False Claims Act (FCA) Blog 20 Years of ILR Accomplishments: Lending a Helping Hand to a Local Business Blog Finally: A Plaintiffs' Lawyer Who Stopped at Nothing Pays the Price International Initiatives
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