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  1. DoJ Suffers Major Defeat in Qui Tam Intervention

    November 13, 2017 | News

    U.S. Magistrate Judge Theresa Carroll Buchanan of the Eastern District of Virginia struck a DoJ expert witness and ordered the Department to pay legal fees to Maryland-based nursing facilities company HCR ManorCare Inc. ... Read More

  2. In the News Today - November 9, 2017

    November 09, 2017 | News

    Senate Urged To Pass Legal Reform Bills; Federal Judicial Panel to Consider Litigation Financing.... Read More

  3. DOJ "Mindful of Piling On," Working to Improve Coordination

    November 09, 2017 | News

    U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said the Department of Justice wants to improve agency coordination to lessen the amount of "piling on" in enforcement actions, reports Law360.... Read More

  4. In the News Today - November 8, 2017

    November 08, 2017 | News

    Legal reform group: Allowing class actions in Mississippi a 'solution in search of a problem'; House passes bill to limit 'joint employer' corporate liability... Read More

  5. FICALA, FACT Can Limit "Profit-Driven Litigation," says W. Va. Business Leader

    November 08, 2017 | News

    In an op-ed in the Wheeling Intelligencer, the executive director of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association said two bills before the U.S. Senate could limit "profit-driven litigation" that "threatens" West Virginia companies.... Read More

  6. In the News Today - November 7, 2017

    November 07, 2017 | News

    The Time for Litigation Funding Transparency is Now; Wrestler Admitted Atty Solicitation In Podcast, WWE Says... Read More

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