The UCL Practitioner
Friday, July 08, 2005
"Public-Interest Lawyers Manage to Work Around Revised 17200"
This morning's Daily Journal has the story, which quotes my friend Michael Mallow as saying that "he's seen a dramatic drop in filings by 'dummy' associations created especially to serve as public attorneys general. 'There were a significant number of entities that were created for the purposes of filing unfair-competition claims under 17200,' he said. 'Those are now, for the most part, gone.'"
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