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Around the web, September 28

  • Insurers fight Referendum 67 with TV ads invoking fictional law firm of Sooem Settle & Kashin, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association says that's "slanderous" [Seattle Times, NW Republican]

  • Missouri judge rejects state-constitution challenge to school finance [AP/SEMissourian]

  • Touting of lawsuits to recoup public costs of meth abuse from OTC drug makers "sounds like a commercial for the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes" [Coyote]

  • When to settle your malpractice case as a defendant (even if you feel you did everything right) [Medical Economics via KevinMD]

  • Reactions to court's dismissal of the California automaker/greenhouse gas suit [WSJ Energy Blog, attorney Richard Faulk @ Law and More, Dan Walters]

  • "Very likely" that Madison County "will not be listed as a judicial hellhole this year," says ATRA's Darren McKinney [Post-Dispatch]

  • Law.com takes a look at Justice Department's stepped-up use of corporate monitoring in plea deals [Corporate Counsel]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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