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Around the web, July 12



  • I'm quoted. "Cobell Concludes with the Rich getting Richer." [Indian Country Today; earlier]
  • One problem with Cobell is the commonality of the sprawling Trust Administration class. Another D.D.C. court recently decertified a class because of similar commonality problems. [Trask; Lightfoot v. DC]
  • California court creates implied right of action to sue insurers. Insurance Journal
  • "A Supreme Court win for political speech." [Will @ WaPo]
  • Roger Parloff's Lago Agrio litigation financing story no longer behind paywall. [Fortune]
  • "Hypotheses are verified by testing, not by submitting them to lay juries for a vote." S.D. Fla. rejects junk-science lawsuit accusing Fixodent of causing myelopathy. [In re Denture Cream Prod. Liab. Lit. via Oliver]
  • CPSC overregulation of cribs costing tens of millions. [Olson; CFIF]
  • Another voice against TSA security theater, [Bloomberg]

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