Welcome to Critical MassLaw.com’s weekly digest for class action and mass tort attorneys. This week: How the SEC avoided a decision on mandatory arbitrationthat could have dealt a “death blow” to securities-fraud class actions. A lawyer in the NFL concussion case was accused of collaborating with ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone. And an opioid judge heard disqualification testimony involving a key Baker Hostetler partner.

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