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Notre Dame Law's Exoneration Justice Clinic Receives $3M Grant to Defend Mexican Nationals

“The Exoneration Justice Clinic will be working in close collaboration with the 53 Mexican Consulate Offices across the country to overturn the wrongful convictions of Mexican nationals in the United States,” Jimmy Gurulé, founder and faculty director of the Exoneration Justice Clinic, said in a statement.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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7th Circ.: Class Action Over $3.5B in Profits Retained by Mutual Insurance Company 'Belongs in State Court'

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has held that a class action—which alleges Country Mutual Insurance unjustly accumulated and retained $3.5 billion in fiduciary duties and other legal obligations—belongs in state court, and that two exceptions to the Class Action Fairness Act apply.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Weekends Don't Count: Judge Rejects Motion to Dismiss Legal Malpractice Suit as Untimely

“The parties appear to agree that the statute of limitations is two years and began to run on July 30, 2020. Therefore, ordinarily, the statute of limitations would expire on July 30, 2022,” U.S. District Senior Judge David A. Faber wrote. “Defendant argues that the complaint needed to be filed on July 30, 2022, even […]

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