- Ten most significant class action decisions of the year. [Trask]
- And another one to come: Janus Capital v. 1st Derivative Traders is a replay of Stoneridge. [WSJ ($); SCOTUSblog argument recap; briefing and transcript]
- The partisan crocodile tears and misleading ethics charges of the Constitutional Accountability Center. [Adler @ Volokh]
- Trial lawyers in BP case strike back at Ken Feinberg; meanwhile, the Gulf doesn't seem to have suffered long-term damage. [WSJ Law Blog; Weekly Standard via Kir]
- I imagine it's bad luck when your toxic tort case has Daubert problems and your plaintiff is named "Junk." [Wajert; Junk v. Terminix (8th Cir.)]
- [Cass] "Sunstein's own mental constitution is one of many minds." [Claremont Institute]
- Device lag at the FDA—and manufacturers afraid to say anything about it. MR
- Obama's immigration strategy is in conflict with his anti-inequality strategy. [Kaus]
Around the web, December 28
- Apple iPhone 4 bumper class action settlement
- What media bias? - Romney's car elevator
- Around the web, March 13
- Plaintiffs' lawyers protect their cartel by bringing antitrust suit
- Apple class actions
- 0.1% claim rate in "successful" class action
- Around the web, February 21
- At the AAJ convention: immigration, hydrofracking and the usual
- New podcasts from the Manhattan Institute
- The Carlyle IPO
- Event video featuring Kenneth R. Feinberg: Is America's legal system broken?
- "A Public Letter From the Cobell Lawyers Prompts Ethics and Harassment Concerns"
- Greg Conko: Can brand makers be sued for generic drug injuries?
- Around the web, January 27
- Reuters fact check