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Around the web, March 14



  • What pro-business bias? Supreme Court lets stand appalling $277.5 million securities class action judgment. [LaCroix; earlier]
  • Federal disability enforcement backs off the prospect of "service goats," but ADA overregulation continues. [Olson @ NYPost]
  • Kozinski on overcriminalizing agency costs. [Ribstein @ TOTM]
  • British "super-injunctions" not only bar certain speech, but bar speech about the injunction. [Telegraph via Boing Boing]
  • The Seventh Circuit will enforce the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure. (But the Drug & Device Law Blog needs to read Howard Bashman's post on linking to Seventh Circuit opinions.) [Beck; Abner v. Scott Memorial Hosp. (Posner, J.)]

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Manhattan Institute
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