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February 28, 2006


Offit, "The Cutter Incident"

Posted by Walter Olson

Milberg Weiss's bipartisanship

Posted by Walter Olson

February 27, 2006


Should a court enforce a contract that permits lying?

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Better Drivers Should Pay More for Insurance?

Posted by Martin F Grace

Featured Discussion ("Selling Short") has begun

Posted by Walter Olson

Sarbanes-Oxley: is it just about small firms?

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Blogosphere on NEJM and Vioxx

Posted by Ted Frank

Nigerian court tells Shell to pay $1.5 billion

Posted by Walter Olson

February 26, 2006


"Trial Lawyers Inc. -- Health Care"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 25, 2006


AG Darrell McGraw slush fund

Posted by Ted Frank

New Jersey Vioxx docket

Posted by Ted Frank

February 24, 2006


A mild disagreement with Michael

Posted by Ted Frank

"How Progressives Rewrote the Constitution"

Posted by Ted Frank

Risks drop here. So why does liability increase here?

Posted by Michael Krauss

Another thought on the Alito hirings

Posted by Ted Frank

Cona v. Merck Vioxx trial: Mark Lanier profile in the WSJ

Posted by Ted Frank

February 23, 2006


"Big Tobacco Challenged in Suit By Conservative Seniors Group"

Posted by Ted Frank

The constitutionality of Sarbanes-Oxley

Posted by Ted Frank

"Derailing the scam"

Posted by Ted Frank

Goulden's Lerach profile

Posted by Walter Olson

Jonathan Kozol's savage exaggerations

Posted by Walter Olson

Welcome readers

Posted by Walter Olson

February 22, 2006


VIGOR authors respond to NEJM

Posted by Ted Frank

Let grownups clerk

Posted by Walter Olson

A note on the bar exam

Posted by Ted Frank

Washington state malpractice reform

Posted by Walter Olson

February 21, 2006


Media coverage of Scalia speech

Posted by Ted Frank

Press coverage of Vioxx litigation

Posted by Ted Frank

BREAKING: No indictment of Lerach

Posted by Ted Frank

"Moving Toward the Fully Informed Jury"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 20, 2006


Minnesota AG: let's blame drug cos. for meth use

Posted by Walter Olson

Gilbert Heintz ordered to disgorge $13 million in Congoleum case

Posted by Ted Frank

February 19, 2006


Fewer peremptories in Jersey? Not if the bar can help it

Posted by Walter Olson

February 18, 2006


Merck wins Plunkett retrial

Posted by Ted Frank

February 17, 2006


Medical criteria bill alive again?

Posted by Ted Frank

Jury deliberating in RI lead paint retrial

Posted by Walter Olson

Safety standards and federal pre-emption

Posted by Walter Olson

Asbestos bill opinions

Posted by Walter Olson

February 16, 2006


Playground design and liability

Posted by Walter Olson

PSLRA at age 10 -- where next?

Posted by Walter Olson

February 15, 2006


Specter-Leahy bill (temporarily?) dead

Posted by Ted Frank

California zip-code auto insurance rating

Posted by Walter Olson

"Controlling the 1-800-SUE-THEM lawyers"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 14, 2006


Blogosphere on litigation financing

Posted by Ted Frank

Curfman admits timing NEJM editorial to first Irvin trial

Posted by Ted Frank

"Democrats Warned on Asbestos Bill"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 13, 2006


Schaeffer on litigation financing

Posted by Ted Frank

Republicans and Democrats Agree

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

"Essentially, owning his own plaintiff"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 12, 2006


"Understanding medical malpractice insurance: a primer"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 11, 2006


"Patents and Loser Pays: Why Not?"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 10, 2006


"Large and Small Businesses Part Ways on Asbestos Bill"

Posted by Walter Olson

State of the Union -- health care

Posted by Walter Olson

Are big-firm lawyers' long hours necessary for success?

Posted by Ted Frank

February 09, 2006


Pirate's Booty settlement struck

Posted by Ted Frank

Shareholder suits: recycling cash, minus 30 percent

Posted by Walter Olson

Asbestos: N.Y. Times pounds Harry Reid

Posted by Walter Olson

Constitutionality of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board

Posted by Ted Frank

Supreme Court clerks

Posted by Ted Frank

February 08, 2006


AEI event: Scalia on Outsourcing American Law

Posted by Ted Frank

Nonprofit organizations' legal risks

Posted by Walter Olson

Asbestos bill debated

Posted by Walter Olson

February 07, 2006


BREAKING: Senate votes to allow FAIR Act debate to proceed

Posted by Ted Frank

Influential in Arizona

Posted by Walter Olson

"The Death of Mammography"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 06, 2006


OpinionDuel.com

Posted by Walter Olson

Yahya, "Dumping and Suing"

Posted by Walter Olson

What the trial bar's up to

Posted by Walter Olson

February 05, 2006


U.K.: "Pleural plaque anxiety ruled noncompensable"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 04, 2006


Loser-pays bill introduced in Indiana

Posted by Walter Olson

February 03, 2006


General contractors in Connecticut

Posted by Walter Olson

The James Frey of the U.S. Supreme Court?

Posted by Walter Olson

"A game, a joke, a racket"

Posted by Walter Olson

8:10 a.m.: Jim Blasingame, The Small Business Advocate

Posted by James R. Copland

February 02, 2006


BREAKING NEWS: Oregon Supreme Court affirms 151:1 punitive:compensatory damages ratio v. Philip Morris

Posted by Ted Frank

Idiots can harm themselves through Ipod, lawsuit says

Posted by Michael Krauss

Law schools' clinics, and leanings

Posted by Walter Olson

Planned Parenthood Makes a Point at Consumers' Expense

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

D'Amato signs on with asbestos lawyers

Posted by Walter Olson

Illinois: bill would overturn "Lipke rule"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 01, 2006


Law firms and HIPAA

Posted by Walter Olson

Australian cerebral palsy study implicates viruses

Posted by Walter Olson

Bush in SOTU on med-mal

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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