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New featured column: Randy Maniloff on FACTA

We've posted regularly at Point of Law on FACTA, the federal law on credit-card-receipt privacy that's given rise to a large volume of opportunistic litigation by and for the benefit of entrepreneurial attorneys. Now Randy Maniloff of White & Williams in Philadelphia, whose writings on insurance law we've often linked at this site, has written a new piece for us explaining why developments in insurance coverage litigation arising from FACTA claims could prove important in shaping the future course of litigation under the law itself.

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