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  • This morning the Supreme Court announced several proposed changes to its rules and invited the public to comment on those proposed revisions by the end of the month. If the changes are implemented, their effect would fall almost exclusively on lawyers and litigants before the court. The first of the four substantive proposed changes to […]
  • It’s not hard to see where the justices are leaning in Frank v. Gaos, the first important class-action case of the year. This case involves a “cy pres” settlement, a common device in class actions that award trivial sums to a large class of plaintiffs. When the costs of identifying class members and distributing proceeds […]
  • Over 10 years ago, Sabie Tsuke and 15 other investors achieved a dream that few black South Africans get to experience — owning farming land. Source:
  • It has been over 18 years since the USS Cole was bombed while the ship was refueling in Yemen, killing 17 sailors and injuring 42 more. Next week the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a lawsuit, filed by service members who were injured that day (and their families), seeking to hold the government […]
  • TRIPOLI, Nov 1 (Reuters) – For 17-year-old Libyan actress Rawasi Baeeq, no performance will be good enough to placate her online critics. Source:
  • BANJUL, Nov 1 (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Charles congratulated Gambia on Thursday for turning its back on “autocratic” rule at home and returning to the Commonwealth fold as he began a nine-day Africa tour. Source:
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