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November 30, 2005


Dec. 7 in Washington: program on state AGs

Posted by Walter Olson

Plunkett v. Merck begins

Posted by Ted Frank

Unconscionable flood exclusions?

Posted by Walter Olson

Chester County, Pa. neurosurgeons

Posted by Walter Olson

November 29, 2005


The tale of Ray Harron, asbestos doctor

Posted by Ted Frank

No freedom of contract in Connecticut

Posted by Ted Frank

Blogs on Posner's Budget Rent-A-Car opinion

Posted by Ted Frank

If aspirin were invented today...

Posted by Walter Olson

November 28, 2005


Mark Lanier's curious tactic in the Ernst v. Merck Vioxx litigation

Posted by Ted Frank

Avery v. State Farm repercussions in Madison County

Posted by Ted Frank

Realtors' fees, and lawyers'

Posted by Walter Olson

November 27, 2005


Spitzer's payola settlement

Posted by Walter Olson

November 26, 2005


Post-Turkey Reading

Posted by James R. Copland

November 25, 2005


New York Wrongful Death and Homosexual Partners: Appellate Court decides that "spouse" means "spouse."

Posted by Michael Krauss

Specter-Leahy $140 billion asbestos trust fund: insufficient?

Posted by Ted Frank

"How Patent Suit Became Judge's Nightmare"

Posted by Ted Frank

November 24, 2005


Budget Rent A Car System Inc. v. Consolidated Equity

Posted by Ted Frank

November 23, 2005


Stossel Endorses Loser-Pays

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Federal Daubert rulings on Plunkett v. Merck

Posted by Ted Frank

Transcript of AEI Vioxx event

Posted by Ted Frank

Final update: Oracle settlement

Posted by Ted Frank

Correcting Wisconsin's high court

Posted by Walter Olson

Illinois venue-shopping: a study

Posted by Walter Olson

November 22, 2005


Great moments in affirmative action

Posted by Walter Olson

Spitzer dropping charges

Posted by Walter Olson

"Impact of Litigation on Small Business"

Posted by Walter Olson

November 21, 2005


Alito and Warren Court reapportionment

Posted by Ted Frank

Welding lawsuit in Madison County: manganese and Parkinson's

Posted by Ted Frank

New California junk-fax law

Posted by Walter Olson

Blawg Review #33

Posted by Walter Olson

November 20, 2005


More Katrina shopping

Posted by Walter Olson

November 19, 2005


Hood: venue's the key to Katrina win

Posted by Walter Olson

November 18, 2005


Bulow: tobacco deal redistributes money between states

Posted by Walter Olson

November 17, 2005


Seven long-term Vioxx users to go to trial in New Jersey

Posted by Ted Frank

ATLA blocking avian flu bill

Posted by Walter Olson

Jere Beasley: all 53-year-old men have heart disease

Posted by Ted Frank

"Using taxpayer money to sue taxpayers"

Posted by Walter Olson

November 16, 2005


The YLS endorsement

Posted by Walter Olson

Welcome medical bloggers

Posted by Walter Olson

"C-Sections in U.S. Are at All-Time High"

Posted by Walter Olson

November 15, 2005


Mark Lanier on jury selection

Posted by Ted Frank

Daubert hearing at MDL

Posted by Ted Frank

Speaking of "sloppy mischaracterizations"

Posted by Ted Frank

South Dakota Judicial Accountability Movement

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Ortho-Evra

Posted by Walter Olson

Weiss blasts "Trial Lawyers Inc."

Posted by Walter Olson

November 14, 2005


Easterbrook and McGinnis on "super-precedent"

Posted by Ted Frank

Karl Rove's speech to the Federalist Society

Posted by Ted Frank

Featured Discussion on litigation and health care begins today

Posted by James R. Copland

U.K. mulls allowing contingent fees

Posted by Walter Olson

Corbusier did it

Posted by Walter Olson

Angoff's activities again

Posted by Walter Olson

November 13, 2005


Tucker on Torkelsen and silicosis

Posted by Walter Olson

November 11, 2005


Judge Alito and the Ethics of Nina Totenberg, pt. II

Posted by Michael Krauss

Much Ado about Almost Nothing

Posted by Michael Krauss

Judge Decides the Plaintiff Needs to Win Some Cases

Posted by Michael Krauss

"Alito's libertarian streak"

Posted by Walter Olson

Refusing vaccines

Posted by Walter Olson

November 10, 2005


"Three strikes" license suspension

Posted by Walter Olson

Ribstein on hedge fund regulation

Posted by Ted Frank

Dodgeball Vioxx

Posted by Ted Frank

November 09, 2005


Martin v. Franklin Capital Corp.

Posted by Ted Frank

"Alito's World"

Posted by Walter Olson

Balloting results

Posted by Walter Olson

New PoL column: "How to demonize a judge in twelve steps"

Posted by Walter Olson

Alito on free speech

Posted by Walter Olson

Lawprof blogs proliferate

Posted by Walter Olson

November 08, 2005


California Prop 79

Posted by Walter Olson

Washington state ballot battle

Posted by Walter Olson

More press coverage of Humeston fallout; on to Irvin v. Merck

Posted by Ted Frank

November 07, 2005


"Paint by Lawyer"

Posted by Walter Olson

New medical malpractice blog

Posted by Walter Olson

Brickman in Saturday's WSJ

Posted by Walter Olson

November 06, 2005


Judge Alito and the Ethics of Nina Totenberg

Posted by Michael Krauss

Blogosphere on Merck Vioxx win

Posted by Walter Olson

Lockyer vs. tuna fish

Posted by Walter Olson

November 05, 2005


Conference on insolvency and fiduciary duty

Posted by Walter Olson

Another AG assails Oxycontin maker

Posted by Walter Olson

November 04, 2005


On "Bob Barr's Laws of the Universe"

Posted by Ted Frank

Alito and family/medical leave, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Alito: "revenge of the nerd"?

Posted by Ted Frank

More on the Humeston verdict

Posted by Ted Frank

A lefty cries "BS" re Alito

Posted by Ted Frank

Twelve rules for demonizing a judicial nominee

Posted by Ted Frank

November 03, 2005


Daubert and FRE 702:

Posted by David Bernstein

Early comments on Humeston defense verdict

Posted by Ted Frank

Merck wins one!

Posted by James R. Copland

Merck wins Humeston case

Posted by Ted Frank

Wal-Mart and health insurance

Posted by Ted Frank

"Securities regulation: end the dual approach"

Posted by Walter Olson

ASARCO bankruptcy

Posted by Walter Olson

November 02, 2005


Alito: U.S. v. Rybar dissent

Posted by Ted Frank

"A very dangerous lawsuit": the tactics of Mikal Watts

Posted by Ted Frank

Alito and the FMLA

Posted by Walter Olson

"Resplendent in their new rights"... but unemployable?

Posted by Walter Olson

New Jersey foul balls

Posted by Walter Olson

November 01, 2005


Sanchez vs. Alito-bashers

Posted by Walter Olson

Alito morning roundup

Posted by Walter Olson

Alito and business

Posted by Ted Frank

When smearing Court nominees...

Posted by Walter Olson

Joan Kennedy Taylor, RIP

Posted by Walter Olson

Spitzer: no smokes via UPS

Posted by Walter Olson

Blawg Review #30

Posted by Walter Olson


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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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