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May 19, 2004

Update: "Asbestos exposed"

Dana Joel Gattuso covers Lester Brickman's Pepperdine Law Review study of asbestos litigation (see Jan. 21) and provides an accessible introduction to the 137-page piece. (Tech Central Station, Mar. 9).

[cross-posted from Overlawyered, where it ran Mar. 9, 2004]

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