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Legal news from Saturday, September 17, 2016
by Mark Casper

A class action lawsuit was filed on Friday in a US District Court in Utah against Wells Fargo by customers alleging invasion of privacy, fraud, negligence, and breach of contract. Over the past five years, Wells Fargo has opened millions of fake bank and credit card accounts for customers in hopes of earning extra fees from …

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by Mark Casper

The Connecticut ACLU filed a lawsuit on Thursday against three officers on behalf of a DUI-checkpoint protester, Michael Picard. Video footage was soon after released showing the officers discussing bringing false charges against Picard. Picard had been approached by the officers during one of his protests. The officer noticed Picard had a pistol in his …

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by Steven Wildberger

UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday denied EU President Donald Tusk's report that May intends to begin Article 50 proceedings by February. Article 50 is the portion of the EU Constitution governing procedures for nations seeking to leave the Union, and is the next step in UK's withdrawal. Speaking …

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by Steven Wildberger

USA Today, the Associated Press and Vice Media on Friday filed a federal complaint against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) seeking to learn how the government was able to overcome Syed Farook's iPhone's encryption allegedly without Apple's help. The Department of Justice (DOJ) initially filed suit against Apple in an attempt …

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