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States back TCPA plaintiff in Facebook autodialer case at SCOTUS

A group of 38 attorneys general from states and the District of Columbia urged the U.S. Supreme Court to support a broad reading of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, filing an amicus brief on Friday in favor of the plaintiff in a case involving Facebook Inc.

NRA wins round vs. Winston & Strawn in fight sparked by racist email

The National Rifle Association can seek tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees from Winston & Strawn, a judge has ruled, handing the NRA a partial win in a case sparked after a JAMS Inc. arbitrator inadvertently forwarded an article railing against Black Americans to an outside lawyer for the gun owners' group. Washington, D.C., Superior Court Judge Robert Rigsby on Wednesday dismissed JAMS from the case, but he rejected Winston's bid to dismiss the NRA's unjust enrichment claim against the

Oregon high court rejects kids' climate-change lawsuit

Oregon's high court has struck down claims by two young plaintiffs that the state has an obligation as caretaker of public resources to do more to fight climate change and protect natural resources from its damaging effects, in the latest blow to youth activists who have filed similar state and federal lawsuits nationwide with little success so far.

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