- More on MI's proxy access report. [Daily Caller; earlier]
- Costless economic stimulus: tort reform. [Stoll; me in 2009]
- Cuomo signs objectors' fee bill. [NYLJ (h/t E.T.); earlier]
- MSNBC at least gives the opposing viewpoint a few sentences this time in another piece putting forward the false proposition that recent Supreme Court jurisprudence on arbitration and class actions hurts consumers. Note that it's not true that consumers fare poorly in arbitration. [MSNBC; earlier]
- Why is Tennessee Governor Haslam supporting a trial-lawyer plan to stack the state supreme court? As my experience in Missouri demonstrates, creating that kind of hellhole judiciary can effectively undo civil justice reform. [Severino]
- "Lawyers Use Ban on Unauthorized Practice of Law to Restrict Speech & Competition" [Bader; WSJ Law Blog; see also TOTM symposium on unlocking the legal market]
- EEOC threatens Arizona for judging teacher hires on whether they can speak English correctly. [Olson]
- Speed limits can kill. [MR]
Around the web, September 27
- Apple iPhone 4 bumper class action settlement
- What media bias? - Romney's car elevator
- Third Circuit argument in Dewey v. Volkswagen
- More on 2006 Louisiana environmental law's jackpot justice
- Dewey v. Volkswagen oral argument tomorrow
- Pane and Suffering at Apple Store on Long Island
- How much is the Bluetooth settlement injunction worth?
- CCAF Seventh Circuit briefing on derivative shareholder suit standards
- Around the web, March 13
- Plaintiffs' lawyers protect their cartel by bringing antitrust suit
- Day v. Persels & Associates
- The problem of the special master
- New Proxy Monitor Report: Will alarming trends in shareholder activism continue in 2012?
- Bad typography evidence of bad faith?
- Apple class actions