Today, our friends at the Washington Legal Foundation are releasing five new papers, each focusing on a distinct civil justice issue or court ruling. The papers can be accessed from WLF�s website here. Of particular note is a paper analyzing the Michigan Supreme Court�s July 13 ruling rejecting medical monitoring as a remedy, written by our sometimes-guest-blogger Leah Lorber of Shook, Hardy & Bacon (for more on the Michigan medical monitoring case, see Walter's and my earlier posts). The other four papers focus on the timely topics of class action litigation and reform at the federal and state levels; the use of consumer protection laws to sue food companies and restaurants; and the abuse of the bankruptcy process by asbestos lawyers. These papers are short, accessible, and highly informative; I encourage all our readers to give them a look.
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