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May 28, 2004


Ninth Circuit allows gun lawsuit to proceed

Posted by James R. Copland

May 27, 2004


More confusion: business-to-business lawsuits

Posted by James R. Copland

May 26, 2004


Loser pays: clearing up some confusion

Posted by James R. Copland

May 19, 2004


Prisoners escaping jail? Sue the plumber

Posted by Ted Frank

Update: Ness Motley and James Down

Posted by Ted Frank

Does tort reform affect insurance rates? II

Posted by Ted Frank

Sen. Graham introduces loser-pays bill

Posted by Walter Olson

Tort reform opponents play race card

Posted by Ted Frank

Does tort reform affect insurance rates?

Posted by Ted Frank

Cheeseburger seconds

Posted by Walter Olson

Senate refuses to block gun suits

Posted by Walter Olson

Cheeseburger bill passes House

Posted by Walter Olson

Update: "Asbestos exposed"

Posted by Ted Frank

Nissan headlights

Posted by Ted Frank

Fla. docs petition to curb malpractice fees

Posted by Walter Olson

May 18, 2004


Senate nixes OB relief

Posted by Walter Olson

Mississippi changes venue and joinder rules

Posted by Ted Frank

Update: Eisenberg/Miller study

Posted by Ted Frank

"Gulf war syndrome: the legal case collapses"

Posted by Walter Olson

Economic Report of the President

Posted by Walter Olson

Risks of defensive radiology

Posted by Walter Olson

May 17, 2004


NAAG enforces tobacco cartel

Posted by Walter Olson

Asbestos: send in the prosecutors?

Posted by Walter Olson

Bad-teacher removal: consensus now complete?

Posted by Walter Olson

Jacob Sullum on class actions

Posted by Walter Olson

Newsweek vs. ATLA: Stuart Taylor, Jr. responds (II)

Posted by Walter Olson

Newsweek vs. ATLA: Stuart Taylor, Jr. responds (I)

Posted by Walter Olson

The Lawsuits of Madison County

Posted by Ted Frank

"The Last Rung"

Posted by Walter Olson

2003's largest verdicts

Posted by Ted Frank

May 16, 2004


Vaccines, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

"Plaintiffs' Lawyers Seek $107M in Lucent Case Fees"

Posted by Ted Frank

Morales: sealed papers could show tobacco-suit misconduct

Posted by Walter Olson

ATLA: Avoid jurors with "strong religious beliefs"

Posted by Ted Frank

Killer nurse: hospitals didn't share records

Posted by Walter Olson

Florida AARP supports liability cap

Posted by Walter Olson

From a kit (no lawyer included)

Posted by Walter Olson

AEI: Lawsuits without Injuries?

Posted by Ted Frank

Cost of U.S. liability sector in 2002: $233 billion

Posted by Walter Olson

McDonald's coffee revisited

Posted by Ted Frank

Oz reforms: no tears for laid-off lawyers

Posted by Walter Olson

Med-mal roundup

Posted by Walter Olson

Alabama jury to Exxon Mobil: pay the state $11.9 billion

Posted by Walter Olson

"Lawsuit alleges alcohol marketed to teens"

Posted by Walter Olson

May 15, 2004


Specialized business courts

Posted by Walter Olson

Silica lawsuits: castles from sand

Posted by Walter Olson

At-will employment

Posted by Ted Frank

Back at the old test-rigging game

Posted by Walter Olson

New York abolishes ad damnum

Posted by Walter Olson

May 14, 2004


Class conflicts: a dose of theory

Posted by Walter Olson

Countersue? Just try it, doc

Posted by Walter Olson

New vs. Old Democrats on Class Actions

Posted by Walter Olson

Chicago lead paint case dismissed

Posted by Walter Olson

Larry Schonbrun profile

Posted by Ted Frank

Tobacco recoupment suit loses in France

Posted by Walter Olson

"Why does the gun industry deserve special protection?"

Posted by Walter Olson

Market-share liability: now prove you're innocent

Posted by Walter Olson

Overreading mammograms

Posted by Walter Olson

U.K.: defending assumption of risk

Posted by Walter Olson

May 13, 2004


FTC commissioner on class actions

Posted by Ted Frank

"N.C. Senate approves medical malpractice bill"

Posted by Ted Frank

"Suits on Silica Being Compared to Asbestos Cases"

Posted by Ted Frank

"Venue wish upon a star"

Posted by Walter Olson

Texas tort reform update

Posted by Ted Frank

Rx: Hired-gun control

Posted by Walter Olson

Expert batting averages

Posted by Ted Frank

Texas's Proposition 12

Posted by Walter Olson

Employment law roundup

Posted by Walter Olson


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