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Sep 17, 2019
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Investors finance lawsuits for potentially big returns

by Bradley George Nov 22, 2018
The practice of advancing portions of expected personal injury settlements to plaintiffs draws scrutiny from states.
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Wells Fargo to pay $1 billion for mortgage, auto lending abuses

by Associated Press Apr 20, 2018
The settlement also contains other requirements that would restrict Wells Fargo’s business.
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Why St. Louis was named a 'judicial hellhole'

by Maria Altman Mar 6, 2017
Big jury verdicts have made Missouri a target for tort reform.
The American Tort Reform Association says Missouri courts make it too easy for people to sue corporations. Above, the Civil Courts building in St. Louis.
Maria Altman, St. Louis Public Radio

Tech firms' challenge to Trump's travel ban is more than symbolic

by Reema Khrais Feb 6, 2017
Silicon Valley can use the amicus brief to tell the White House exactly how the policy hurts.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Jan. 27 stopping refugees from entering the U.S. and temporarily halting travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries.
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