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Seeking certain changes to multidistrict litigation, 45 general counsel and chief legal officers, including several with ties to New Jersey, signed a letter asking the Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure to amend the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure concerning initial census, interlocutory appellate review and third-party funding litigation.

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Dan Clark

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