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Around the web, October 10



  • Toyota settles the Mark Saylor crash caused by mis-installed floor mats that started the whole sudden acceleration panic. [WSJ]
  • Health Affairs study estimates cost of defensive medicine at $45.6 billion/year. [NYT]
  • "Dodd-Frank reform law invites new litigation opportunities against mortgage lenders," overturns Watters v. Wachovia. [LNL; Mayer Brown; Brooks @ Bloomberg]

  • "An Annoying Regulation for Every Room in the House" [CEI]
  • Campaign finance laws as weapons. [IJ]
  • E-discovery creates minefields for attorneys. [NLJ]
  • US$35M effort to "promote the use of Afghanistan's formal justice system" turns into self-parody. [NYT]

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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
igorodetski@manhattan-institute.org

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Manhattan Institute
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