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The Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund of 2001 is back: re-installed, re-funded, with a new special master, and a new mission--compensating first responders.

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Class actions are gaining broader European appeal.  So this installment of the International Practice column turns the spotlight onto the development of class actions in the United Kingdom, and in the other European Union member states, as well as analyzes the viability and future continued emergence of this procedural device, including its incorporation into ADR.

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In Grant v. Magnolia Manor-Greenwood Inc.,  No. 26668, 2009 WL 1678204 (S.C. June 15, 2009), the controversial area of nursing home arbitrations received an airing last spring by the South Carolina Supreme Court, which rejected a nursing home’s argument that an arbitrator could be appointed, and the case arbitrated, where a patient contract specified a neutral that could no longer arbitrate the case.

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