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February 22, 2005

Malpractice insurance and the Times

The New York Times, the same newspaper that believes that is worth $410 million, claims in an article this morning that "legal costs do not seem to be at the root of the recent increase in malpractice insurance premiums." Check back tomorrow, by which time we expect to have posted some closer analysis of the Times's reasoning.

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