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January 9, 2018

“Politicians and the assignment of benefits insurance scam”

Lawsuit Lenders Hope N.Y. Ignores Pa. Lending Ban in NFL Concussion Case: After being banned from offering loans to plaintiffs in exchange for settlement money in the Philadelphia concussion case, an attorney representing a lawsuit lending firm asked a New York court to “decline to adopt” a similar finding. (Pennsylvania Record)

$8.5 Million Settlement in Google Class Action to be Contested: The Center for Class Action Fairness announced it would oppose a proposed $8.5 million class action settlement involving Google. The settlement includes $6 million in cy pres awards and $2.1 million in attorneys’ fees. Class members were not awarded any part of that settlement. (Legal Newsline)

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