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January 20, 2005

Our editor: audio

Our editor Walter Olson recently sat for a 28-minute interview with Fox News chief judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano and DaimlerChrysler assistant general counsel Steve Hantler. Judge Napolitano acts as a moderator/facilitator, and Olson and Hantler discuss Walter's newest book, The Rule of Lawyers, as well as the trial bar's tactics, reasons for the business community's failure to respond successfully to the litigation explosion, likely next targets of the lawsuit industry, and keys to developing an effective tort reform strategy. The interview is available here (Windows Media Player) and here (others).

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