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November 09, 2004

New book on regulation by litigation

Robert Levy's soon-to-be-published book, Shakedown: How Corporations, Government, and Trial Lawyers Abuse the Judicial Process, is the subject of a "book forum" at the Cato Institute tomorrow (Wednesday) at noon eastern time. The event will include commentary from Walter Olson, and will be streamed live online.

You can read a brief description of the book here (and order it, as well).

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