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December 28, 2004

Spitzer and malpractice insurance

In one of his latest projects, reported on here by the ABA Journal, the omnipresent New York AG is investigating companies that insure lawyers against professional liability claims, pursuing theories that they're unfairly refusing to provide malpractice insurance for class-action lawyers. Those same lawyers, of course, figure among the most important constituents for Spitzer's brand of activism, and shame on you for thinking there's anything beyond coincidence in that.

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