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July 08, 2004

Wall Street Journal on trial lawyers

Those who didn't catch it should check out today's Wall Street Journal, which contains a front-page article on trial lawyers' political influence (message: it's not just Democrats!), and a lead editorial supporting the Class Action Fairness Act (see below). Subscription is required (but here's an alternative nonsubscription link).

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Class Actions



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The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.