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BarBri Wins Exit From Whistleblower’s Student Loan Fraud Suit

BarBri Inc. won dismissal from a False Claims Act suit alleging it falsely certified its compliance with U.S. Department of Education student loan requirements, due to the whistleblower’s failure to respond to the company’s dismissal motion, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois said.

Wake Up Call: Akin Gump Opts for ‘Standby’ Over New Return Date

In today’s column, the litigation finance market is drawing investments from U.K. listed or soon to be listed law firms; New York’s bar association launched a new task force on racism and social equity; telecom giant T-Mobile hired its Cleary outside counsel to become its new top lawyer.

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