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June 30, 2004


More on Chein v. Shumsky

Posted by Walter Olson

Latest batch of incoming links

Posted by Walter Olson

Popcorn butter: suppliers win one

Posted by Walter Olson

June 29, 2004


Herbert on Missouri med-mal

Posted by Walter Olson

Wal-Mart class action

Posted by Walter Olson

"Litigation as an Enemy Military Tactic"

Posted by Walter Olson

Mass.: consumer-suit moneys enrich litigation lobby

Posted by Walter Olson

June 28, 2004


Another State rejects Daubert

Posted by David Bernstein

MedPundit on Herbert

Posted by Walter Olson

Yet more incoming links

Posted by Walter Olson

Expert witness beats perjury rap

Posted by Walter Olson

June 25, 2004


West Virginia store pays $1 million to shooting victims

Posted by James R. Copland

More visitors

Posted by Walter Olson

This is your AG on drugs

Posted by Walter Olson

June 24, 2004


Fear of Spitzer

Posted by Walter Olson

Welcome visitors

Posted by Walter Olson

June 23, 2004


Bob Herbert's "Malpractice Myths"

Posted by Ted Frank

June 22, 2004


Herbert on med-mal, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

The New York Times on medical malpractice

Posted by James R. Copland

New York Post calls for Calabresi's resignation

Posted by James R. Copland

SCOTUS: antitrust law not readily exportable

Posted by Walter Olson

June 21, 2004


Is Mel Weiss worried?

Posted by James R. Copland

Tragic Choices: Guido, what were you thinking?

Posted by James R. Copland

Supreme Court limits HMO suits to federal courts

Posted by James R. Copland

Can Rule 11 be rescued?

Posted by James R. Copland

Reforming pre- and post-judgment interest

Posted by Walter Olson

June 17, 2004


"Asbestos Free Texas" woos GOP

Posted by Walter Olson

June 16, 2004


Illinois Supreme Court lowers appeal bond requirement

Posted by James R. Copland

Pennsylvania State Police v. Suders

Posted by Walter Olson

June 15, 2004


The nullification crisis of 2004?

Posted by James R. Copland

N.J. malpractice: some call it reform

Posted by Walter Olson

June 14, 2004


Utah court tosses "split-award" law

Posted by Walter Olson

June 11, 2004


Should corporations enjoy the protections of the Bill of Rights?

Posted by Walter Olson

June 10, 2004


Asbestos: goodbye to another insurer

Posted by Walter Olson

June 09, 2004


Legal mischief and the end of merit

Posted by James R. Copland

Med-mal: news from Libya and Somalia

Posted by Walter Olson

Expert testimony and abortion bans

Posted by Walter Olson

June 08, 2004


The phantom risk of "toxic" mold

Posted by James R. Copland

Corporate law: what to read

Posted by Walter Olson

June 07, 2004


Japan introduces trial by jury

Posted by Walter Olson

June 03, 2004


Wall Street Journal highlights asbestos bankruptcy scams

Posted by James R. Copland

June 02, 2004


It's on... no, it's off

Posted by James R. Copland


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