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July 31, 2005


"Always my first stop..."

Posted by Walter Olson

July 30, 2005


Constitutional Model for Questioning Judicial Nominees IV

Posted by Ted Frank

Constitutional Model for Questioning Judicial Nominees - A Response

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

July 29, 2005


Well, that's one possibility

Posted by Walter Olson

The Court after Rehnquist

Posted by Walter Olson

Constitutional Model for Questioning Judicial Nominees - a reply

Posted by Ted Frank

Energy bill passes, sans MTBE shield

Posted by James R. Copland

Sarbanes-Oxley is 3

Posted by Ted Frank

Constitutional Model for Questioning Judicial Nominees

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

New from the Washington Legal Foundation

Posted by James R. Copland

Lying with Statistics - Ernst v. Merck edition

Posted by Ted Frank

House passes HEALTH Act

Posted by James R. Copland

Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act

Posted by James R. Copland

Headline juxtaposition of the week

Posted by Walter Olson

Attorney-client privilege and Roberts' SG papers

Posted by Walter Olson

July 28, 2005


Sued for bodily injury

Posted by Walter Olson

Donna Rovito med-mal blog

Posted by Walter Olson

Spitzer and payola

Posted by Walter Olson

Posner and Silberman criticize the Supreme Court

Posted by Ted Frank

July 27, 2005


Temporary setback in Pennsylvania

Posted by Ted Frank

The war on Wal-Mart

Posted by Walter Olson

California labor law

Posted by Walter Olson

July 26, 2005


Hillary's move to the center?

Posted by Ted Frank

Tort Reform Record

Posted by Ted Frank

Tech problems at Overlawyered

Posted by Walter Olson

The secret handshake

Posted by Ted Frank

July 25, 2005


Inside the Beltway = reliably conservative?

Posted by Walter Olson

Pennsylvania departing-docs study

Posted by Walter Olson

More on Questioning Judicial Nominees

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

July 24, 2005


It's absurd...it's inane...it's SuperPrecedent!

Posted by Walter Olson

Dahlia Lithwick's Roberts smear

Posted by Ted Frank

July 23, 2005


Bruce Reed's Roberts smear

Posted by Ted Frank

Requiem for the Fifth

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Community Rights Counsel

Posted by Walter Olson

July 22, 2005


Welcome washingtonpost.com readers

Posted by Walter Olson

Roberts and the arroyo toad

Posted by Ted Frank

"Hit With a Surge in Asbestos Claims, States Confront the 'Unsick'"

Posted by Ted Frank

School finance suits

Posted by Walter Olson

July 21, 2005


Eight or nine things we know about him

Posted by Walter Olson

Asbestos: "a plaintiff's bar run amok"

Posted by Walter Olson

Separated at birth?

Posted by Ted Frank

Featured Discussion: Epstein and Presser

Posted by James R. Copland

Roberts commentary

Posted by James R. Copland

Fair Game in Judicial Confirmation Hearings

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

NERA study on securities class actions

Posted by Ted Frank

Thanks to Lyle Roberts

Posted by Walter Olson

July 20, 2005


The Kirkendall endorsement

Posted by Walter Olson

Update: Popcorn flavoring suits II

Posted by Ted Frank

Roberts on business litigation

Posted by Walter Olson

New York grand jury also going after asbestos plaintiffs?

Posted by Ted Frank

Justice Ginsburg and family law

Posted by Walter Olson

More broadcast appearances

Posted by Walter Olson

Another broadcast appearance

Posted by Ted Frank

Local Government Liability Problems: Good or Bad?

Posted by Martin F Grace

The nominee is John Roberts

Posted by Ted Frank

July 19, 2005


Edith (Joy) Clement

Posted by James R. Copland

Wikipedia, Free Markets and Contingency Fees

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Wisc. high court on med-mal, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Okla. AG vs. Ark. chicken farms

Posted by Walter Olson

July 18, 2005


Merck doctor testimony

Posted by James R. Copland

More on Michigan medical monitoring decision

Posted by James R. Copland

Michigan rejects medical monitoring

Posted by Walter Olson

July 17, 2005


Update: RICO suits against illegal-alien-hirers

Posted by Walter Olson

July 16, 2005


Tax Protester Silenced

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Ebbers sentence

Posted by Ted Frank

AGs rebuffed on greenhouse-gas suit

Posted by Walter Olson

Baron & Budd's MTBE piggy bank

Posted by Walter Olson

July 15, 2005


Silicosis doctors testify: denouement

Posted by Ted Frank

Polling Jurors on Tort Reform

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Another Scruggs hospital suit down

Posted by Walter Olson

July 14, 2005


The Rehnquist Court And Corporate America

Posted by Lyle Roberts

Jim Copland interviewed

Posted by Walter Olson

Site disruptions

Posted by Walter Olson

Wisconsin strikes down med-mal caps

Posted by Ted Frank

July 13, 2005


CJD's Med Math Part II

Posted by Martin F Grace

Health-care whistleblowers

Posted by Walter Olson

New Junk Fax Law

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

July 12, 2005


When the patient is a lawyer

Posted by Walter Olson

An Ounce Of Prevention

Posted by Lyle Roberts

Continuing Supreme Court coverage

Posted by James R. Copland

July 11, 2005


State AG blogs

Posted by Ted Frank

Lessons From The PSLRA

Posted by Lyle Roberts

Thoughts on the Litigation Lottery

Posted by Ted Frank

"Putting a lid on D.C.'s malpractice"

Posted by Walter Olson

"Ethical Issues in Asbestos Litigation"

Posted by Ted Frank

Will Milberg Weiss Become the 'Enron' of the Plaintiffs' Bar?

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

New guestblogger this week: Lyle Roberts

Posted by Walter Olson

July 09, 2005


New Record for Chutzpah

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Reports from the Field on Offers of Judgment

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

"For lawyers, education is the new tobacco"

Posted by Walter Olson

July 08, 2005


Women's jurisprudence?

Posted by Walter Olson

Is Rehnquist Retiring?

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

CJD's med-mal math

Posted by James R. Copland

July 07, 2005


Dana Berliner

Posted by Walter Olson

Our editor on Harry Reid's "baffling" Court noise

Posted by James R. Copland

SCO Linux Claims Will Go to Trial

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

The cab-rank rule

Posted by Walter Olson

Doctors' apologies

Posted by Walter Olson

July 06, 2005


Ratted out by your employer

Posted by Walter Olson

Joseph R. Biden III

Posted by Ted Frank

Maryland Anonymity Case

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

July 04, 2005


Staying on

Posted by Walter Olson

Judge Loses Seat

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

July 03, 2005


Texas: "The Doctor Is In"

Posted by Walter Olson

July 02, 2005


Just before the holiday...

Posted by Walter Olson

July 01, 2005


Terror Risk and the Trial Bar

Posted by Martin F Grace

Happy anniversary PointOfLaw, and thank you

Posted by James R. Copland

The future of State Farm v. Campbell

Posted by James R. Copland

Extraordinary Circumstances - A Two-Fer?

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

The stakes

Posted by James R. Copland

A barrister's obit

Posted by Walter Olson

O'Connor retiring

Posted by James R. Copland

Justice O'Connor to Retire

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

The ABA and Rule 11

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Astroturf in the liability wars

Posted by Walter Olson


FEATURED DISCUSSION ARCHIVE:


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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