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8 February 2012 By Reynolds Holding

Charles Schwab, Carlyle and American Express are the latest to try blocking investors and others with gripes from suing en masse. Each has faced blowback, including from regulators. Cutting litigation costs may make sense, but running roughshod over legal rights is bad business.

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