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Around the web, April 6



  • "Maybe He Should Avoid Britain for a While": some lawyers eye assertions of "universal jurisdiction" to arrest Pope in abuse furor [Ku/Opinio Juris and more; Rick Esenberg on statutes of limitations and more]
  • "Appeal Confirms Rejection of Asbestos Bankruptcy Plan as Collusive and In Bad Faith" [Hartley]
  • State AGs as HIPAA police: Connecticut's Richard Blumenthal goes after a hospital over privacy lapse [HIPAA Blog]
  • "In Utah, Stopping Speculative Suits Based on Global Warming" [ShopFloor and update]
  • More high-dollar verdicts in suits alleging bullying [Fox/Jottings and more]
  • "Such a strange theory [in Illinois] -- that the legislature can't set limits on damages" -- Ted Olson [sub-only WSJ]

 

 


Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy
rmangual@manhattan-institute.org

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute
klazarski@manhattan-institute.org

 

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