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October 31, 2017

Study Finds New York Lawyers Consistently Charge Highest Possible Contingency Fees

Judge Advises Tossing Last Nationwide Data-Breach Claims: A federal magistrate judge said yesterday that remaining bailment claims from a 2012 cyberattack against Nationwide should be dismissed. The judge said the remaining plaintiffs “did not relinquish control of their personally identifiable information” and therefore “cannot establish liability.” (Law360)

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