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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…

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Blog Lawsuit Lending Again Rears Its Ugly Head, This Time for Injured Football Players Lawsuit Lending Blog No Good Deal Goes Un-litigated Other Issues, Securities Litigation Reform Blog Securities Class Action Lawsuits Remain Near 2017 Record High Securities Litigation Reform Blog California Legislature Refuses to Rein in Misleading Drug Lawsuit Ads Blog Senate Must Confirm Brian Benczkowski Today Over-Enforcement Blog California Coffee Kills Other Issues Blog Justice Dept. Can Spur Investment in Compliance by Giving Companies Credit Over-Enforcement Blog ILR Recommends Class Action Reforms to the Ontario Law Commission International Initiatives Blog Missouri Furthers Legal Reform Progress with Transparency in Private Attorney Contracting State Attorneys General Blog Canadian Court Thwarts Enforcement of Fraudulent Judgment International Initiatives Blog TCPA Plaintiffs' Attorney Admits Class Action Lawsuits Have "Not Cured the Problem" Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Blog California Assembly Passes Bill to Rein In Dangerous Trial Lawyer Advertising Blog Coming Soon to the Golden State: Truth in Legal Advertising Blog Plaintiffs' Lawyers Looking for Absurd Attorneys' Fees Had a Rough Week False Claims Act (FCA), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
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