South Brooklyn Legal Services Corp. and Legal Services for New York City will have to try once again to get an injunction against federal funding restrictions on filing class actions, seeking attorney fees and personally soliciting clients following a federal appeals court ruling.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overruled a lower court’s granting of a partial preliminary injunction against the so-called “program integrity regulation” imposed by the federal Legal Services Corporation in Washington, D.C.

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