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Consumer Justice

Cases and materials about access to government records, including information about requesting assistance on FOIA-related issues.
Individual and class action cases that offer a chance to establish important precedents on behalf of consumers, including cases about arbitration.

First Amendment

Health, Safety and
the Environment

Cases addressing the right to free speech, including speech on the Internet.
Litigation advancing effective regulation of automobiles, drugs, medical devices, and hazardous substances.

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