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September 30, 2004


Letter from a doctor

Posted by Walter Olson

A welcome Schwarzenegger veto

Posted by Walter Olson

September 29, 2004


Churchruptcy

Posted by Walter Olson

Dangers of firing your lawyer

Posted by Walter Olson

Oops dept.

Posted by Walter Olson

September 28, 2004


Dr. Rangel is exasperated

Posted by Walter Olson

Post-Dispatch on Illinois venue

Posted by Walter Olson

Stay open through a hurricane, go to jail

Posted by Walter Olson

September 27, 2004


West Virginia lawsuit reform

Posted by Walter Olson

Tribe and his kindred

Posted by Walter Olson

September 25, 2004


Tort reform works - Mississippi

Posted by Ted Frank

September 24, 2004


Ohio med-mal crisis

Posted by Walter Olson

Adbusters sues to force networks to run its ads

Posted by Walter Olson

Spitzer and the mutual fund investor

Posted by Walter Olson

September 23, 2004


Madison County magnifying glass

Posted by Walter Olson

Laura Ingraham Monday morning

Posted by James R. Copland

Welcome debate readers

Posted by Walter Olson

Ephedra retailer litigation

Posted by Walter Olson

September 22, 2004


Boeken: Campbell equals win for MO

Posted by James R. Copland

Crime without intent?

Posted by Walter Olson

Warn about that sand, or else

Posted by Walter Olson

September 21, 2004


Tobacco trial starts today

Posted by James R. Copland

Another debate on the White House race

Posted by Walter Olson

Employment suits, for profit or not?

Posted by Walter Olson

Upcoming AEI seminar on contingent fees

Posted by Walter Olson

September 20, 2004


Proposition 64

Posted by James R. Copland

Laura Ingraham; featured discussion

Posted by James R. Copland

Beldar on the uses of experts

Posted by Walter Olson

First Enron criminal trial

Posted by Walter Olson

St. Louis Post-Dispatch on asbestos

Posted by Walter Olson

September 17, 2004


Minimum wage hikes

Posted by Walter Olson

Plaintiff's bar: let us handle your criminal defense

Posted by Walter Olson

Law firm competes on price, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

September 16, 2004


Next week: Election 2004

Posted by James R. Copland

Errin' at the podium

Posted by Walter Olson

Hayek and the common law, reconsidered

Posted by Walter Olson

September 15, 2004


Examiner piece

Posted by James R. Copland

Rule 11 reform clears House

Posted by James R. Copland

Business misconduct? Tap the homeowner's policy

Posted by Walter Olson

September 14, 2004


Exploiting others' labor, indeed

Posted by Walter Olson

Dial F for Fees

Posted by Walter Olson

September 13, 2004


Home Depot's Bernard Marcus

Posted by Walter Olson

Michigan Supreme Court

Posted by Walter Olson

September 10, 2004


(Figures not adjusted for inflation.)

Posted by Ted Frank

Madison County unreeled

Posted by Walter Olson

California overtime suits

Posted by Walter Olson

September 09, 2004


Employers: object to a button, go to jail

Posted by Walter Olson

House panel OKs Rule 11 revival; Greenspan speaks

Posted by Walter Olson

September 08, 2004


Asbestos: Pfizer's Quigley bankrupt

Posted by Walter Olson

Edwards's courtroom record...

Posted by Walter Olson

September 07, 2004


Thanks to Leah Lorber

Posted by Walter Olson

Gun pre-emption: the Sullivan parallel

Posted by Walter Olson

Wal-Mart class certification

Posted by Walter Olson

September 06, 2004


Bare ruined choirs, where late the expert sang

Posted by Walter Olson

Democrats' support for trial lawyers polarizes business community

Posted by Ted Frank

Dowd's referral fee

Posted by Walter Olson

September 05, 2004


Public contingency fees and environmental claims

Posted by Walter Olson

September 04, 2004


AGs' global warming suit

Posted by Walter Olson

September 03, 2004


Class action writings: coupon settlements and regulation through litigation

Posted by Leah Lorber

A couple post-convention thoughts

Posted by James R. Copland

Seattle federal court cuts fees

Posted by Ted Frank

September 02, 2004


Lawyer contributions

Posted by James R. Copland

Not quite beach reading but still good...

Posted by Leah Lorber

September 01, 2004


The uses of securities regulation

Posted by Walter Olson


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Obamacare Decision: Reactions, July 2012
Law School Faculty Diversity, May-June 2012
Class Actions, May 2012
Constitutionality of Individual Mandate, March 2012
Human Rights and International Law, February-March 2012
The constitutionality of President Obama's recess appointments, January 2012
Do caps on medical malpractice damages hurt consumers?, December 2011
Trial Lawyers Inc.: State Attorneys General, October 2011
Wal-Mart v. Dukes, April 2011
Kagan Supreme Court nomination, May-June 2010
Election roundtable, November-December 2006
Who's the boss, September 2006
Medical judgement, July 2006
Lawyer Licensing, May 2006
Contingent claims, April 2006
Smoking guns, July 2004


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