As an attorney, Neil Gorsuch chastised plaintiffs lawyers for bringing “meritless claims” in securities class actions that do little to benefit investors.

His writing on the topic has garnered a good deal of attention since President Donald Trump nominated Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court and encourages those who would like to see Gorsuch pick up where the late Justice Antonin Scalia left off when it comes to class actions.

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