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July 13 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Experts battle in State Bar data trial

Questions about anonymity for bar exam takers dominated testimony Tuesday as the first expert witness was called in a bench trial between the State Bar and a researcher. By Phil Johnson — Daily Journal (sub. req.)

Lawsuit revived that accused Ford of conspiring on vehicle prices

A state appeals court in San Francisco has revived a lawsuit on behalf of many thousands of Californians accusing Ford Motors’ Canadian subsidiary of conspiring with other automakers to halt exports of lower-priced new cars and trucks from Canada to the United States in the early 2000s. Evidence of a confidential May 2001 meeting in Canada among representatives of major auto dealers’ associations and manufacturers could allow a jury to conclude that they were plotting strategies to maintain higher U.S. prices and profits by preventing exports, the First District Court of Appeal said in a precedent-setting ruling last week. By Bob Egelko — San Francisco Chronicle


New 2-year law program will get grads to job market quicker, save them tuition costs, dean says

Albany Law School has announced a two-year JD program, which shaves a year’s worth of tuition off the price. The 24-month program is scheduled to start in January 2017, according to the school’s website. It includes two summer terms, and students need 87 credits to graduate. Annual tuition at the school is $44,546. By Stephanie Francis Ward— ABA Journal


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