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October 31, 2005


Alito rapid reaction

Posted by Walter Olson

Alito's dissent in Planned Parenthood v. Casey

Posted by Ted Frank

More Refutation of Angoff's Report

Posted by Martin F Grace

On Dennis Prager Show

Posted by Ted Frank

Specter and Alito

Posted by Walter Olson

Another Alito tea leaf

Posted by Ted Frank

Alito tea leaves: machine guns and the Commerce Clause

Posted by Walter Olson

AP, Reuters, CNN: It's Alito

Posted by Ted Frank

"Superprecedents"

Posted by Walter Olson

Refuting Angoff on medical liability

Posted by Walter Olson

October 30, 2005


More power to state AGs?

Posted by Walter Olson

October 29, 2005


"Plagued by Missteps from the Start"

Posted by Walter Olson

October 28, 2005


Sarbox discussed

Posted by Walter Olson

Buzz

Posted by Ted Frank

Next time, a sex-blind choice

Posted by Walter Olson

Assumption of risk

Posted by Walter Olson

October 27, 2005


Won't be disappointed if I'm wrong

Posted by Michael Krauss

Realistic options?

Posted by Ted Frank

Realistic Options

Posted by Michael Krauss

"How to save the Bush administration"

Posted by Ted Frank

Neutral experts in Chattanooga

Posted by Ted Frank

Silicosis doctors testify VIII: the George Martindale letter

Posted by Ted Frank

Miers withdraws

Posted by Ted Frank

Hindsight Bias triumphs over Proximate Causation

Posted by Michael Krauss

Sociopathically litigious, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Administration reinstating Davis-Bacon in disaster zone

Posted by Walter Olson

October 26, 2005


Welcome Americans for Better Justice readers

Posted by Ted Frank

Trial Lawyers, Inc.: Health Care

Posted by James R. Copland

Thursday Vote on LARA Possible

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

18000 Vioxx lawsuits

Posted by Ted Frank

Wisconsin Supreme Court

Posted by Walter Olson

When government trashes science

Posted by Walter Olson

October 25, 2005


Ernst v. Merck jurors, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Ernst v. Merck jurors cash in

Posted by Ted Frank

Legal Reform Summit tomorrow in D.C.

Posted by Walter Olson

October 24, 2005


Drawbacks of employment-law practice

Posted by Walter Olson

Miers as "pro-business" pick

Posted by Walter Olson

"Silicosis Claims Split the Plaintiffs Bar"

Posted by Walter Olson

October 23, 2005


Parade of new blogs

Posted by Walter Olson

October 22, 2005


Paul Rubin on NAM Podcast

Posted by Ted Frank

October 21, 2005


A Valentine to Sarbanes-Oxley

Posted by Walter Olson

Miers nomination in trouble?

Posted by Ted Frank

Cheeseburger Bill Passes House, Again

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

October 20, 2005


More on gun bill

Posted by James R. Copland

Congress Shields Gun Manufacturers

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Mississippi AG Katrina suit

Posted by Ted Frank

Zealous representation: a (wordy) response to Evan Schaeffer

Posted by Ted Frank

October 19, 2005


Bork on Miers

Posted by Ted Frank

Is Blood Thicker than Water v. Wind?

Posted by Martin F Grace

"Actuaries Say Med-Mal Report Misled the Public"

Posted by Walter Olson

David C. Johnson and the Commonweal Institute

Posted by Ted Frank

October 18, 2005


Credit where credit is due: Harriet Miers on judicial activism

Posted by Ted Frank

A disgraceful suit takes one more body blow

Posted by Michael Krauss

Asbestos: Congoleum law firm had conflict of interest

Posted by Walter Olson

Med-mal paid claims, by state

Posted by Walter Olson

October 17, 2005


Miers on Texas legal-fee curbs, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

AJP's "Legal Reform Speaker's Resource"

Posted by Walter Olson

Australia: "Professional witnesses face curbs"

Posted by Walter Olson

October 16, 2005


Then... and now

Posted by Michael Krauss

9/11 fund bad, suing good, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

October 15, 2005


FedEx race-bias suit

Posted by Walter Olson

Miers vs Batchelder (and Boggs)

Posted by Michael Krauss

Forum-shopping and Vioxx litigation

Posted by Ted Frank

Doctors return to southern Illinois

Posted by Ted Frank

October 14, 2005


Miers: Frum's response to Scully

Posted by Ted Frank

Politics of law school faculties

Posted by Walter Olson

Mr. Hood is Removed (At Least Temporarily)

Posted by Martin F Grace

Miers as bar-defender

Posted by Walter Olson

Jury questioning in Humeston v. Merck

Posted by Ted Frank

Colo. official vs. tobacco deal

Posted by Walter Olson

The tricky valuation of human lives

Posted by Ted Frank

"Two years after medical reform, rate cuts bring relief to doctors"

Posted by Walter Olson

October 13, 2005


Hail! Hail! to Michigan

Posted by Michael DeBow

"Spitzer stumbles as he loses two rounds"

Posted by Walter Olson

Yikes

Posted by Walter Olson

Lowe on FDA advisory panels

Posted by Walter Olson

October 12, 2005


"Davis-Bacon Confidential"

Posted by Walter Olson

Silicosis affair -- typical?

Posted by Walter Olson

Miss. med-mal moderating

Posted by Walter Olson

October 11, 2005


The Bush White House case for Miers

Posted by Ted Frank

AEI event: Can Tort Reform Save Lives?

Posted by Ted Frank

ABA Journal Misses Story on Offer of Judgment Rule

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

"Et tu, W?"

Posted by Ted Frank

Miers and legal-fee curbs

Posted by Walter Olson

October 10, 2005


Miers on affirmative action

Posted by Walter Olson

Press coverage on Miers's wealth wrong

Posted by Ted Frank

Eight or nine things we know about her

Posted by Walter Olson

October 09, 2005


Update: Jasper popcorn suits settle

Posted by Ted Frank

NY Times on the silicosis scandal

Posted by Ted Frank

Distinction on the high court

Posted by Walter Olson

Trouble at Thunderhead Ranch

Posted by Walter Olson

October 08, 2005


Miers paper trail

Posted by Walter Olson

Ramesh Ponnuru on Kevin Martin on Miers

Posted by Ted Frank

Colbert King on Miers

Posted by Ted Frank

Ron Cass's defense of Harriet Miers

Posted by Ted Frank

October 07, 2005


Miers as a Dallas litigator

Posted by Walter Olson

The Miers paradox

Posted by Ted Frank

Humeston v Merck: Briggs Morrison testimony struck

Posted by Ted Frank

Conservative views? Conceal them, please

Posted by Walter Olson

Overlawyered back up and running

Posted by Walter Olson

Terror in Tater Tot Town

Posted by Walter Olson

October 06, 2005


Miers' ABA involvement

Posted by Walter Olson

Trial lawyers' war on arbitration

Posted by Walter Olson

AGs profiled, scathingly

Posted by Walter Olson

Picked up by L of C

Posted by Walter Olson

October 05, 2005


Pluck "RSS Feed of the Day"

Posted by Walter Olson

CAFA blog

Posted by Walter Olson

Forbes: Miers "good for business"

Posted by Walter Olson

Wishful thinking about Miers II

Posted by Ted Frank

Smart Plaintiffs/Foolish Lawsuits?

Posted by Walter Olson

October 04, 2005


Newsday column on Miers

Posted by James R. Copland

Damning with faint praise

Posted by Ted Frank

Toxically blonde

Posted by Walter Olson

Canada high court OKs tobacco-recoupment suits

Posted by Walter Olson

October 03, 2005


Some wishful Miers thinking

Posted by Ted Frank

Harriet Miers nomination

Posted by Ted Frank

Spitzer's "social compact"

Posted by Walter Olson

Litigation slush funds, cont'd: "Dollars for dismissals"

Posted by Walter Olson

October 02, 2005


Schumer's glass house

Posted by Walter Olson

Update: AEI Katrina insurance litigation panel on C-SPAN2

Posted by Ted Frank

October 01, 2005


Ninth Circuit refuses to discipline judge

Posted by Ted Frank


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