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March 31, 2005


White wall of silence?

Posted by Walter Olson

March of Dimes wants Bendectin back

Posted by Walter Olson

Clouded crystal ball

Posted by Walter Olson

March 30, 2005


Railroad affidavits

Posted by Walter Olson

New York school-finance suit

Posted by Walter Olson

Pennsylvania malpractice outlays

Posted by Walter Olson

March 29, 2005


Overtime rules

Posted by Walter Olson

March 28, 2005


Update: Popcorn flavoring suits

Posted by Ted Frank

March 25, 2005


Is medical malpractice insurance defense strategy to blame?

Posted by Ted Frank

Unintended (but earned) consequences: Ohio

Posted by Ted Frank

March 24, 2005


Do stricter drunk driving laws result in more drunk driving fatalities?

Posted by Ted Frank

March 23, 2005


Plaintiff's firms: the big 16?

Posted by Walter Olson

Washington state med-mal study

Posted by Walter Olson

The War on Drugs

Posted by Ted Frank

Caregiver discrimination suits

Posted by Walter Olson

March 22, 2005


Illinois municipalities bail on Crown Vic suit

Posted by Michael DeBow

Jury-picking by ethnicity

Posted by Walter Olson

$922/hour for Teflon-spill lawyers?

Posted by Walter Olson

Dershowitz's coincidental whereabouts

Posted by Walter Olson

March 21, 2005


Silicosis doctors testify VI

Posted by Ted Frank

Car dealerships targeted

Posted by Walter Olson

Okla. lawmakers seek to rein in AG

Posted by Walter Olson

March 20, 2005


Direct from the U. Wisc. Law School

Posted by Walter Olson

Private lawsuits and systematic externalities

Posted by Walter Olson

March 19, 2005


Overlawyered down temporarily

Posted by Walter Olson

March 18, 2005


Minimum wage hikes

Posted by Walter Olson

Michigan's offer-of-judgment rule

Posted by Walter Olson

March 17, 2005


Wal-Mart class action

Posted by Walter Olson

"Authentic" cooperation, or else

Posted by Walter Olson

From the Yale Alumni Magazine

Posted by Walter Olson

March 16, 2005


Bankruptcy blog bingo

Posted by Walter Olson

ATLA Mutual: insurance mismanagement allegations and glass houses

Posted by Ted Frank

Our masthead's loss, the country's gain

Posted by Walter Olson

Silicosis doctors testify V

Posted by Ted Frank

"Medical courts" debate

Posted by Walter Olson

Wage and hour suits

Posted by Walter Olson

March 15, 2005


Georgia tort reform: both passed and pending

Posted by Ted Frank

"Lawsuit Lollapalooza"

Posted by Walter Olson

Daubert and ephedra

Posted by Walter Olson

Posner on election of judges

Posted by Walter Olson

March 14, 2005


Silicosis doctors testify IV

Posted by Ted Frank

Jumping into contingent-fee work

Posted by Walter Olson

On the Supreme Court's docket

Posted by Walter Olson

March 13, 2005


Pennsylvania legislature

Posted by Walter Olson

March 12, 2005


Atlanta courthouse shootings

Posted by Ted Frank

March 11, 2005


Update: jury rejects Zoloft criminal defense

Posted by Walter Olson

HHS and early offers

Posted by Walter Olson

March 10, 2005


Weinstein dismisses Vietnam Agent Orange case

Posted by James R. Copland

All pings considered

Posted by Walter Olson

Suing the Vatican

Posted by Walter Olson

Two tales of juror follies

Posted by Ted Frank

March 09, 2005


Talkers vs. doers

Posted by James R. Copland

"The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005: Lessons, Opportunities & Challenges"

Posted by Ted Frank

March 08, 2005


ILR/Harris Survey results are in

Posted by James R. Copland

More on ad damnum clauses

Posted by Walter Olson

DuPont's Teflon travails

Posted by Walter Olson

March 07, 2005


Tsunami lawsuit

Posted by Walter Olson

New Madison County courthouse

Posted by Walter Olson

"A Review of Asbestos Litigation"

Posted by Walter Olson

March 06, 2005


Nurse-midwives

Posted by Walter Olson

Docs' high win rate at trial

Posted by Walter Olson

March 04, 2005


Jefferson County libel suit dismissal affirmed

Posted by Ted Frank

Who gave the 66 cents?

Posted by Walter Olson

Robert Ambrogi's Law Sites

Posted by Walter Olson

March 03, 2005


Litigation slush funds: subsidizing RFK, Jr.

Posted by Walter Olson

Litigation slush funds: Calif. propagandizes for antitrust

Posted by Walter Olson

Jay Angoff

Posted by Ted Frank

March 02, 2005


Offer-of-judgment rules

Posted by Walter Olson

Another Texas insurer slashes rates

Posted by Walter Olson

Running an insurer, ATLA style

Posted by Walter Olson

Silicosis doctors testify III

Posted by Ted Frank

March 01, 2005


Specter on the asbestos bill

Posted by James R. Copland

Fen-Phen Follies

Posted by James R. Copland

Jury selection in Scotland

Posted by Walter Olson

Carnival of the Capitalists

Posted by Walter Olson


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