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from Alison Frankel:
To put it mildly, U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest of Manhattan is not a fan of the U.S. Supreme Court's 2015 decision in Gelboim v. Bank of America, which she thrashed in a ruling Wednesday dismissing all claims in multidistrict antitrust litigation against banks accused of running up the price of aluminum by rigging the aluminum warehouse market. In a footnote, Judge Forrest blamed Gelboim for increasing the complexity of managing complex MDLs - exactly the opposite of the Supreme Court's intention.
from Reuters News Now:
A replacement model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 began smoking inside a U.S. plane, according to the family that owns the smartphone. And we know smoking is prohibited on airplanes. And for a while, so were Note 7's on some airlines because of their propensity to, you know, catch on fire.