Welcome to Critical MassLaw.com’s weekly briefing on class actions and mass torts. I’m Amanda Bronstad in Los Angeles. The 7th Circuit allowed objector Ted Frank to go after other objectors over what he called “objector blackmail.” Find out why this newly launched litigation finance firm won’t back mass torts or class actions. And a Chamber group’s president looks back on 20 years of legal reform.

A quick note to my readers: Critical Mass won’t publish as we observe the July 4holiday. I’ll be back with a new briefing on July 11. Happy Independence Day! Send your feedback to [email protected], or find me on Twitter: @abronstadlaw.

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