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Forbes, March 2, 2017

A well-known restaurant chain has been accused of putting customers' private information at risk by a chiropractor who once pleaded guilty to defrauding the government and has recently used a Florida federal court to file several class action lawsuits over receipts and faxes.

Southeast Texas Record, March 2, 2017

Nearly two years after their home was damaged by a hailstorm, David and Imelda Nino, through the Mostyn Law Firm, filed suit against State Farm and an adjuster in May 2014, seeking up to $1 million in damages.

Forbes, February 28, 2017

While President Donald Trump has not indicated whether he would veto legislation that targets the country’s current asbestos injury compensation system, the bill’s sponsor is fairly confident he has the president’s support.

Institute for Legal Reform, February 24, 2017

If you eat, then you are probably a member of a class action. In fact, it is likely that without your knowledge, plaintiffs’ lawyers have told courts that they represent you in dozens of lawsuits.

Washington Examiner, February 25, 2017

Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Beck's beer, agreed last summer to pay a class-action settlement of up to $20 million. Any of the 1.7 million people who had theoretically purchased that brand since 2012 could come forward to claim $12, no questions asked, or up to $50 in the unlikely event that they had saved their receipts.

Rio Grande Guardian, February 26, 2017

MCALLEN, RGV – Lawsuit abuse associated with hailstorm damage claims started in the Rio Grande Valley and should end there, says a former state representative candidate and insurance company owner.

Southeast Texas Record, February 22, 2017

HOUSTON – One of the most successful litigation funding companies in the world has widened its U.S. reach, establishing a base of operations in Texas.

Institute for Legal Reform, February 22, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Lisa A. Rickard, president of the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR), made the following statement about a segment that aired on NBC’s “Today” show about “slack fill” class action lawsuits, and a related report released today by ILR:

Washington Free Beacon, February 17, 2017

Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch signed a final rule shortly before leaving her post that will effectively double penalties under the False Claims Act, which could stand to benefit trial lawyers, who overwhelmingly contribute campaign funds to Democrats.

Institute for Legal Reform, February 16, 2017

Lawyers, not consumers, are today the main beneficiaries of class actions – a lawsuit structure that was intended to make it easier for injured consumers sharing smaller claims to seek recourse as a group.