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February 28, 2005


Agent Orange is back...

Posted by James R. Copland

Further views of Prof. Sage

Posted by Walter Olson

New York Times, meet New York Times

Posted by Walter Olson

"Side Effects of the Drug Scares"

Posted by Walter Olson

Welcome Business Insurance readers

Posted by Walter Olson

February 27, 2005


Silicosis doctors testify II: "Great red flags of fraud"

Posted by Ted Frank

Does Stephenson limit the benefits of CAFA?

Posted by Ted Frank

February 26, 2005


Welcome National Review Online readers

Posted by Walter Olson

February 25, 2005


Reader letter: Times and malpractice insurance

Posted by Walter Olson

The Booty Ye Deserve

Posted by Walter Olson

February 23, 2005


PoL Column: Ted on Malpractice

Posted by James R. Copland

February 22, 2005


Malpractice insurance and the Times

Posted by Walter Olson

Colo. could restore "open and obvious danger" rule

Posted by Walter Olson

Poultry in motion

Posted by Walter Olson

February 21, 2005


Yale Daily News on litigation reform

Posted by Walter Olson

New legal ethics blog

Posted by Walter Olson

February 20, 2005


Avery v. State Farm discussed

Posted by Walter Olson

CAFA flashback: Kamilewicz v. Bank of Boston

Posted by Ted Frank

February 19, 2005


In Defense of the Economic Analysis of Regulation

Posted by Michael DeBow

Litigation lobby can't get its talking points straight

Posted by Ted Frank

February 18, 2005


FDA panel: Vioxx safe enough for market

Posted by James R. Copland

Bush signs CAFA

Posted by James R. Copland

The benefits of CAFA: one example

Posted by Ted Frank

February 17, 2005


Breaking news: House passes CAFA

Posted by Ted Frank

Silicosis doctors testify

Posted by Ted Frank

February 16, 2005


States' tobacco settlement update

Posted by Michael DeBow

Medical costs and bankruptcy II

Posted by Ted Frank

Law Lords: "loss of a chance" doctrine up to Parliament

Posted by Walter Olson

February 15, 2005


Welcome Washington Times readers

Posted by James R. Copland

"Voir Dire: When to Strike, When Not"

Posted by Ted Frank

"A Well-Oiled Machine"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 14, 2005


Medical costs and bankruptcy

Posted by Walter Olson

Insurance accounting

Posted by Walter Olson

Biden: let us now praise "bottom-feeders"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 13, 2005


A bipartisan win

Posted by Walter Olson

February 12, 2005


Chicago Tribune on class actions

Posted by Walter Olson

February 11, 2005


George Priest in NRO

Posted by Walter Olson

February 10, 2005


New class action study

Posted by James R. Copland

Class Action Fairness Act: reflection

Posted by James R. Copland

Class Action Fairness Act: perspective

Posted by James R. Copland

More on Senate passage of class action reform

Posted by James R. Copland

Senate passes class action reform

Posted by Michael DeBow

Memories of meritlessness

Posted by Walter Olson

Reforms to electronic discovery?

Posted by Walter Olson

February 09, 2005


More on Haber

Posted by James R. Copland

Atlantic Legal conference on attorney-client privilege

Posted by Walter Olson

Illinois judicial recriminations

Posted by Walter Olson

February 08, 2005


Term limits for federal judges?

Posted by Ted Frank

WSJ and loser-pays

Posted by Walter Olson

Post hoc ergo propter hoc

Posted by Walter Olson

February 07, 2005


Which canon of statutory construction am I?

Posted by Walter Olson

"See the ad Fox won't run"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 05, 2005


School finance litigation update

Posted by Michael DeBow

DOJ dealt a big loss in tobacco case

Posted by Michael DeBow

February 04, 2005


Illinois State of the State pushes med-mal reform

Posted by Ted Frank

P.R. exec to head ATLA

Posted by Walter Olson

Federalist Society student symposium

Posted by Walter Olson

South Carolina rejects "wrongful life"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 03, 2005


Mammography at risk

Posted by Walter Olson

Class Action Fairness Act clears committee

Posted by James R. Copland

Whaley v. CSX Transportation: South Carolina limits forum-shopping

Posted by Ted Frank

February 02, 2005


Silica double-dipping

Posted by Ted Frank

Why, Democrats?

Posted by Walter Olson

Fen-phen's spiral

Posted by Walter Olson

February 01, 2005


Sen. Edwards' replacement

Posted by Walter Olson

"Many eyes on tort reform debate"

Posted by Walter Olson


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