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Bankruptcy Trustee Says Girardi Keese's Lenders May Have Known About Fraud

A bankruptcy trustee wants to hire San Francisco plaintiffs’ firm Girard Sharp to investigate whether Girardi Keese’s litigation financing firms knew that founding partner Tom Girardi fraudulently transferred $25 million to his estranged wife of “Real Housewives” fame, Erika Girardi.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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8th Circuit Slams Lawyer-Plaintiff's 'Outrageous' Bid to Revisit $58M Attorney Fee Award

“Viewed in hindsight—always a distorting perspective—it appears that Oetting as one of seven class representatives has himself gone to great lengths to make this a ‘lawyer-driven lawsuit.’ We hope district courts in this circuit will bear this in mind should Oetting seek to be appointed a lead plaintiff in future class actions subject to the […]

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The Pandemic Is Changing the Way Jurors Vote

Based on preliminary data, pandemic-era jury makeup and attitudes could lead to more defense verdicts or hung juries, but it could also mean jurors are having more extreme responses to cases involving science.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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SoClean Sues Philips for $200M

“By this lawsuit, SoClean intends to defend itself against Philips’ dishonest attacks, restore its hard-earned reputation, and correct the record for a consuming public that has been intentionally misled by Philips,” said SoClean CEO Robert Wilkins.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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