- Coverage of Monday's Nachsin v. AOL cy pres victory for CCAF. [Zywicki @ Volokh; Fisher @ Forbes; BLD; law.com; Metropolitan News-Enterprise; Litigation Daily ($); Law360 ($); Wolfman]
- Video of my Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention panel (including Lester Brickman, Brian Fitzpatrick, Alan Morrison, and Jeffrey Jacobson) is on line. Judge Kavanaugh moderated and there were good audience questions.
- Someone seems to agree with me about the NBA. [Orange County Register]
- Great link roundup on the job-killing litigation expansion aspect of the Obama American Jobs Act. [OL; earlier]
- Federal Circuit demands valid scientific evidence before opening up National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program fund. [NLJ; Porter v. HHS]
- Texas generously permits its citizens to buy home-baked goods. [Austin Chronicle (h/t B.C.)]
- A 57,000-page $0 tax return for the highly profitable General Electric demonstrates why corporate tax rates are both too high, too low, and definitely too inefficient. [MR]
November 23 roundup
- "Attorney fee-only" bankruptcy plans
- Federal constitutional challenge to Texas tort reform rejected
- Apple iPhone 4 bumper class action settlement
- Third Circuit argument in Dewey v. Volkswagen
- Dewey v. Volkswagen oral argument tomorrow
- How much is the Bluetooth settlement injunction worth?
- CCAF Seventh Circuit briefing on derivative shareholder suit standards
- Around the web, March 13
- Day v. Persels & Associates
- Warren Buffett and taxes III
- Bad typography evidence of bad faith?
- Apple class actions
- 0.1% claim rate in "successful" class action
- Cobell v. Salazar oral argument in DC Circuit
- Asbestos litigation and search-engine optimization