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March 31, 2006


Here Comes The Sunscreen Suit

Posted by Sam Munson

The emerging prosecution scandal

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Al Gore's Voodoo Economics

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Pay-for-play AG operations

Posted by Walter Olson

"Inventors have rights, too"

Posted by Walter Olson

March 30, 2006


Low-Tar Cigs Class Action Suit

Posted by Michael Krauss

$886 a person ($997 in W.V.)

Posted by Walter Olson

Texas med-mal savings

Posted by Walter Olson

March 29, 2006


Lipitor Lawsuit

Posted by Sam Munson

A tobacco "protection racket"

Posted by Walter Olson

Congress' insider trading

Posted by Larry Ribstein

"Neurosurgeons flee high insurance costs"

Posted by Walter Olson

March 28, 2006


eBay's Patent Woes

Posted by Sam Munson

"So poorly drafted, so mind-blowingly muddled"

Posted by Walter Olson

Indemnifying white collar defendants

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Politics and mutual fund voting

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Profiles in Mediocrity

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

And Now For Something Completely Different

Posted by Michael Krauss

March 27, 2006


Justice Scalia and which body part?

Posted by Michael Krauss

Today in the Supreme Court

Posted by Ted Frank

"Trial gives behind-scene look at class-action suits"

Posted by Ted Frank

First West Coast Vioxx Cases

Posted by Sam Munson

Welcoming Sam Munson

Posted by James R. Copland

Rolling back the FLSA

Posted by Walter Olson

Abe Lincoln and the compensation culture

Posted by Walter Olson

March 25, 2006


The Empire State, hurricane-proof?

Posted by Walter Olson

Ironies of the Times

Posted by Walter Olson

March 24, 2006


Mississippi curbs forum-shopping

Posted by Walter Olson

"Indentured employertude"

Posted by Walter Olson

March 23, 2006


Attorney general slush funds, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

George Will on the Florida Supreme Court

Posted by Ted Frank

March 22, 2006


Dabit and federalism

Posted by Ted Frank

Our intrepid upholders of the law

Posted by Ted Frank

March 21, 2006


Lawyer Drops Client Because Harvard Students Don't Like Client

Posted by Michael Krauss

Attempted SLUSA loophole closed

Posted by Ted Frank

Georgia One Step Closer to Reform

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Can Businesses Be Sued Even When They Have Met FDA Requirements?

Posted by Ted Frank

Overlawyered down again

Posted by Ted Frank

Quattrone conviction overturned

Posted by Ted Frank

March 20, 2006


Vacating discovery sanctions orders improper?

Posted by Ted Frank

"One of the most disgraceful abuses of the legal system"

Posted by Walter Olson

French student riots

Posted by Walter Olson

March 19, 2006


Associated Press on obesity litigation

Posted by Walter Olson

March 18, 2006


Defibrillator detractions debunked

Posted by Walter Olson

March 17, 2006


The quotable Scalia

Posted by Walter Olson

Global tobacco settlement exhausted punitives

Posted by Walter Olson

March 16, 2006


Service disruptions at Overlawyered.com

Posted by Walter Olson

The Joys of Respondeat Superior

Posted by Michael Krauss

Lessons from Refco about SOX

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Nasdaq, LSE and SOX

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Shareholder democracy and executive compensation

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Viscusi vs. Eisenberg on punitives

Posted by Walter Olson

Defensive medicine in the ER

Posted by Walter Olson

March 15, 2006


One vaccine lawsuit -- and the damage it did

Posted by Walter Olson

Silicosis doctors take the Fifth

Posted by Walter Olson

March 14, 2006


U.S. Company Liable under Delaware tort law for murders by the Indonesian army?

Posted by Michael Krauss

Sarbanes-Oxley at AEI

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Good Samaritan liability

Posted by Walter Olson

Subtly courting Springsteen

Posted by Walter Olson

March 13, 2006


No surprise: NBER paper shows medmal reform works

Posted by Ted Frank

Lawprofs' Solomon rout, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Latest Tillinghast Report Stirs Debate

Posted by Michael Krauss

Surowiecki on asbestos

Posted by Walter Olson

ABA vs. health courts

Posted by Walter Olson

March 12, 2006


"States take lead in medical malpractice reform"

Posted by Walter Olson

March 11, 2006


Department of Coercion

Posted by Tom Kirkendall

March 10, 2006


Sykes rebukes Wisconsin high court

Posted by Walter Olson

IRBs vs. free inquiry

Posted by Walter Olson

March 09, 2006


Center for Science in the Public Interest caught red-handed

Posted by Ted Frank

Arise, ye prisoners of high-paid brokerage jobs

Posted by Walter Olson

Health Wonk Review

Posted by Walter Olson

Lessons from bankruptcy fees

Posted by Larry Ribstein

March 08, 2006


Shameless plug in praise of my law school!

Posted by Michael Krauss

How to get more securities research

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Supreme Court ignoring lawprofs

Posted by Walter Olson

Lead paint follies

Posted by Walter Olson

ISP's and defamation

Posted by Michael Krauss

March 07, 2006


AIR Study on Medical Malpractice

Posted by Martin F Grace

Raising the minimum wage

Posted by Walter Olson

NPR on silicosis scandal

Posted by Ted Frank

Welcome Cornell Law Library readers

Posted by Walter Olson

"Unnatural Selection"

Posted by Ted Frank

A setback for Georgia tort reform?

Posted by Walter Olson

March 06, 2006


Defective Because Effective

Posted by Michael Krauss

Blawg Review #47

Posted by Walter Olson

A SOX amputation won't work

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Judge resigns in Ky. fen-phen scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

March 05, 2006


Site outage

Posted by Walter Olson

Update: Sir Roy Meadow reinstated

Posted by Walter Olson

March 04, 2006


"This plaintiff's hired gun blew up in their faces"

Posted by Walter Olson

March 03, 2006


Still more on dumping and suing

Posted by Larry Ribstein

AEI Liability Outlook: "Making the FAIR Act Fair"

Posted by Ted Frank

Madison County asbestos: one for the books (O'Connell v. Georgia-Pacific)

Posted by Ted Frank

Short 'em, then sue 'em

Posted by Walter Olson

Europe: down the American litigation path?

Posted by Walter Olson

March 02, 2006


No punitives in R.I. lead paint case

Posted by Walter Olson

Another way lawyers make people unhappy

Posted by Ted Frank

March 01, 2006


Cona and McDarby Vioxx juries picked

Posted by Ted Frank

Antitrust law comes a little closer to reality

Posted by Ted Frank

Pre-dispute jury waivers

Posted by Walter Olson

Pour encourager les autres

Posted by Walter Olson


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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
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