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Around the web, March 28



  • Google Book Search settlement struck down. [WLF]
  • Oklahoma rejects cell phone provider liability for failure to warn for distracted driving. [Jackson]
  • The problems of empirical studies on judicial preemption decisions. [Beck]
  • Many Texas defense attorneys more concerned about tort reform effect on them than on their clients. [law.com/Texas Lawyer]
  • California legislature rejects mild punitive damages reform. [CJAC]
  • Justice at Stake proposes solution to judge-shopping problem caused by Chief Judge Lippman's new disqualification requirements. [LNL; earlier]
  • $60k award reversed for theater telling patrons to turn off cell phones on theory that request was racist. [Volokh]
  • Beware the estate of James Joyce. [Forbes via MR]

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Manhattan Institute
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