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August 31, 2005


Welcome Daily Dish readers

Posted by James R. Copland

Does the Roman Catholic Church Get Good Legal Advice?

Posted by Martin F Grace

John Roberts and feminism

Posted by Walter Olson

August 30, 2005


Regulation through Litigation overview

Posted by James R. Copland

Roberts, politics, and truth

Posted by James R. Copland

AEI Vioxx lawsuit panel

Posted by Ted Frank

Ernie the Attorney

Posted by Walter Olson

Wisconsin med-mal poll

Posted by Walter Olson

Richard Epstein v. Mark Lanier

Posted by Walter Olson

August 29, 2005


Missouri Tort Reform Brings "Flood" of Lawsuits

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Toad in the hole

Posted by Walter Olson

"Fees of the assumption"

Posted by Walter Olson

Kinsley on Ernst v. Merck

Posted by Ted Frank

Clinical trials

Posted by Walter Olson

August 28, 2005


Are American Law Profs Too Liberal?

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Church buildings, schools can be grabbed to settle abuse claims

Posted by Walter Olson

August 27, 2005


And a fen-phen indictment

Posted by Ted Frank

Unearthing asbestos-suit misconduct

Posted by Walter Olson

August 26, 2005


Merck's absent execs

Posted by Walter Olson

Teflon and PFOA

Posted by Walter Olson

Procedural reform: an overview and checklist

Posted by Walter Olson

David Schoenbrod on the CFE case

Posted by Walter Olson

August 25, 2005


Medical Malpractice Courts

Posted by Martin F Grace

Fewer cheers for contingency fees

Posted by Walter Olson

Georgia Lawmakers Take Another Look at Tort Reform

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Stevens speech and New York Times bias

Posted by Ted Frank

August 24, 2005


Two Cheers For Contingent Fees

Posted by Ted Frank

Silicosis scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

Vioxx around the blogs, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Wikipedia on tort reform

Posted by Walter Olson

"The civil justice system was...killing business"

Posted by Walter Olson

August 23, 2005


Feminists for choice

Posted by Walter Olson

Heather Mac Donald on John Roberts & HLS

Posted by Walter Olson

Lying with Statistics - Ernst v. Merck edition, Part II

Posted by Ted Frank

WSJ on State Farm reversal

Posted by Walter Olson

A hopeless conflict of interest

Posted by Walter Olson

August 22, 2005


Epstein on Ernst v. Merck

Posted by James R. Copland

WLF Webcast Thursday: "Trial Lawyers' Enron"

Posted by James R. Copland

Vioxx around the blogs

Posted by Walter Olson

Fighting Fire with What?

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Ernst v. Merck - one more view

Posted by Ted Frank

"Rodzilla" and trade association liability

Posted by Walter Olson

August 21, 2005


Parade of new blogs

Posted by Walter Olson

August 20, 2005


Comparable worth and the clerks' conveyor belt

Posted by Walter Olson

August 19, 2005


Applying Texas Punitive Caps in Ernst v. Merck

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Vioxx: $229 million in punitives

Posted by James R. Copland

Decline in Number of Federal Trials Not Significant

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

A humorless attack on Roberts

Posted by Ted Frank

Presser's latest

Posted by James R. Copland

August 18, 2005


Avery....Finally.

Posted by Martin F Grace

Good guys win Avery v. State Farm

Posted by Ted Frank

Quantifying defensive medicine

Posted by Walter Olson

New Zealand accident compensation

Posted by Walter Olson

August 17, 2005


Reservation-izing Hawaii

Posted by Walter Olson

Jurors Begin Deliberations in First Vioxx Trial

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Horrors! Roberts criticized "comparable worth"

Posted by Walter Olson

"Education Policy in Wonderland"

Posted by Walter Olson

August 16, 2005


More on a Possible Milberg Weiss Indictment

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Judge asks right question on global warming suit

Posted by Walter Olson

"Wisconsin is a dangerous place to operate a business"

Posted by Walter Olson

August 15, 2005


A New Look at Tort Reform --It May Save Lives

Posted by Martin F Grace

Superannuated justices

Posted by Walter Olson

Unhand that French fry

Posted by Walter Olson

Cooperating with white-collar prosecutors

Posted by Walter Olson

August 14, 2005


Still low by U.S. standards

Posted by Walter Olson

August 13, 2005


Evidence-based medicine

Posted by Walter Olson

August 12, 2005


JetBlue privacy suit fizzles

Posted by Walter Olson

"Suing the Gun Industry"

Posted by Walter Olson

August 11, 2005


Disney-thon

Posted by Walter Olson

Roberts, fee-shifting, and the balance of sympathy

Posted by Walter Olson

Wisconsin's lawless high court

Posted by Walter Olson

August 10, 2005


"Stability, Not Crisis"

Posted by Ted Frank

Shame on NARAL

Posted by Walter Olson

Allegedly unconscionable contingent fee arrangements

Posted by Walter Olson

Calif.: don't think you can escape that easily

Posted by Walter Olson

August 09, 2005


Constitutional limits on class actions?

Posted by Walter Olson

Juryless tribunals, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

August 08, 2005


Learning the Wrong Lessons from "An American Tragedy"

Posted by David Bernstein

Milberg probe heats up

Posted by Walter Olson

"Patient dumping" law

Posted by Walter Olson

"The costliest governor election campaign in history"

Posted by Walter Olson

August 07, 2005


Emotion in the courtroom

Posted by Walter Olson

Talking sense on standing

Posted by Walter Olson

August 06, 2005


Medical-legal courts

Posted by Walter Olson

August 05, 2005


Philip Howard on PBS/WSJ "Editorial Report"

Posted by Walter Olson

Attack of the zombie-lawyers

Posted by Walter Olson

Epstein and Presser, in the ring

Posted by Walter Olson

ATLA's letter-writing campaigns

Posted by Walter Olson

August 04, 2005


More Simplistic Tort Reform Research

Posted by Martin F Grace

Caesarean sections

Posted by Walter Olson

DougSimpson.com

Posted by Walter Olson

August 03, 2005


CEI challenges 1998 state tobacco settlement

Posted by Michael DeBow

Leahy on government-lawyer privilege

Posted by Walter Olson

U.K. expert testimony, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

John Roberts and sports law

Posted by Walter Olson

August 02, 2005


Washington Examiner on LARA

Posted by Walter Olson

"ABA Backs Jury Trial Innovations"

Posted by Walter Olson

WLF webcasts

Posted by Walter Olson

August 01, 2005


Roberts and affirmative action

Posted by Walter Olson

Reader request: one-way fee shifting

Posted by Walter Olson

John Roberts and employment law

Posted by Walter Olson

"A salt lick of conservatism"

Posted by Walter Olson


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