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January 31, 2007


Simonetta v. Viad Corporation

Posted by Ted Frank

Around the web, January 31

Posted by Ted Frank

Dumping and suing, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Hospital chief: liability curbs rev up W.V. medicine

Posted by Walter Olson

January 30, 2007


Vioxx litigation bill: $500M for 2006

Posted by Ted Frank

"Looking Under the Hood" of the State Farm Katrina Settlement

Posted by Ted Frank

WSJ on Sen. Schumer

Posted by Walter Olson

Zyprexa protective order enforcement III: NY Times reporter invited to testify

Posted by Ted Frank

New featured column: Nicole Gelinas on Wall Street woes

Posted by Walter Olson

January 29, 2007


WV Courts Continue to Follow in Sen. Byrd's Footsteps

Posted by Michael Krauss

McNulty memo under scrutiny

Posted by Walter Olson

Employment law: benightedness not unlawful

Posted by Walter Olson

January 28, 2007


Did Lawrence v. Reed knock McConnell out of the running?

Posted by Ted Frank

"Telecommuters Are Reaching Out to Sue Their Employers"

Posted by Walter Olson

January 27, 2007


Not so fast: Judge Senter puts the brakes on State Farm Katrina settlement

Posted by Ted Frank

What Europe pays for America's "class action addiction"

Posted by Walter Olson

January 26, 2007


A call to end American Pipe's tolling rule

Posted by Ted Frank

The vote-buying "scandal"

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Sen. Schumer and Mayor Bloomberg call for reform

Posted by Ted Frank

Health Wonk Review #24

Posted by Walter Olson

New York's workers'-comp mess

Posted by Walter Olson

January 25, 2007


Around the web, January 25

Posted by Ted Frank

"No beginning physician" could afford it alone

Posted by Walter Olson

Family & Medical Leave Act disputes on the rise

Posted by Walter Olson

January 24, 2007


Kentucky fen-phen scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

"Presidential Hopefuls Unlikely To Be Tort Reformers"

Posted by Walter Olson

"How my ex-hubby paid to be judge"

Posted by Walter Olson

Akaka bill is back

Posted by Walter Olson

January 23, 2007


State Farm settles Mississippi Katrina claims

Posted by Ted Frank

Okla. certificate-of-merit law, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

WLF briefing: Legal Reform 2007

Posted by Ted Frank

Spitzer as deregulator

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Adam Liptak column

Posted by Walter Olson

"They Work for Us," indeed

Posted by Walter Olson

McCool v. Merck dismissed

Posted by Ted Frank

January 22, 2007


Justice Thomas

Posted by Ted Frank

Cleveland asbestos sanctions, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Okla. high court kills certificate-of-merit law

Posted by Walter Olson

Update: disbarred asbestos lawyer

Posted by Walter Olson

January 21, 2007


Shareholder access

Posted by Ted Frank

Vioxx trial update

Posted by Ted Frank

MMR vaccine and autism, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

January 20, 2007


Apple to consumers: the accountants made us do it

Posted by Larry Ribstein

State Farm settles another Katrina case

Posted by Ted Frank

Charitable medical care in decline

Posted by Walter Olson

January 19, 2007


Medical monitoring class actions; bellwether trials

Posted by Ted Frank

Another tale of expropriation

Posted by Ted Frank

Alabama bar favors merit selection of judges

Posted by Walter Olson

Update: Ohio court finds fraud in asbestos case

Posted by Ted Frank

Bogus scientist "bought Ph.D. on Internet"

Posted by Walter Olson

Exxon punitive damages award

Posted by Ted Frank

NY financial competitiveness

Posted by Walter Olson

January 18, 2007


Lawyers defend AOL/Time Warner claims handling

Posted by Walter Olson

Arizona malpractice legislation

Posted by Walter Olson

Internships at AEI

Posted by Ted Frank

Blawg Review #91

Posted by Walter Olson

State AGs' modern role

Posted by Walter Olson

January 17, 2007


Next New Jersey Vioxx trial

Posted by Ted Frank

New Jersey court revives Vioxx medical monitoring class action

Posted by Ted Frank

Cash Balance Pension Plans Not Discriminatory: Supremes Deny Appeal

Posted by Michael Krauss

"S.F. businesses scramble over sick leave law"

Posted by Ted Frank

Spitzer's Court of Appeals pick

Posted by Walter Olson

"Acquired Conviction Syndrome"

Posted by Walter Olson

January 16, 2007


Insider trading and consultants

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Does Sorry Work?

Posted by Ted Frank

Lawless Mississippi kills its economy

Posted by Ted Frank

"$56,000 in Cash & Stamps For a Brooklyn Judgeship"

Posted by Walter Olson

Picking judges in Illinois

Posted by Walter Olson

January 15, 2007


ABA's conduct in Wallace nomination, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

January 14, 2007


Slanted reporting on a new accounting rule

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Texas probate, hijacked to California

Posted by Walter Olson

January 13, 2007


Supreme Court takes cert on Watson v. Philip Morris

Posted by Ted Frank

Public Citizen on medical malpractice

Posted by Ted Frank

Cash balance pension plans

Posted by Walter Olson

January 12, 2007


More on Broussard v. State Farm

Posted by Ted Frank

Defend your rights, lose, pay punitives

Posted by Michael Krauss

"The impact of litigation on neurologic research" II

Posted by Ted Frank

The Apple investigation continues

Posted by Larry Ribstein

"Mass Torts and Multiple Misjoinders"

Posted by Ted Frank

Readers Digest on silicosis/asbestosis scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

Parade of new blogs

Posted by Walter Olson

January 11, 2007


Sure, go ahead, sue the Vatican

Posted by Walter Olson

More on Nardelli

Posted by Ted Frank

Canada permits silicone breast implants

Posted by Walter Olson

Terrorism finance lawsuits

Posted by Walter Olson

Global warming legal practice

Posted by Walter Olson

January 10, 2007


Watson v. Philip Morris

Posted by Ted Frank

Kirkendall on Hueston on Gladwell on Skilling and Enron

Posted by Ted Frank

"The impact of litigation on neurologic research"

Posted by Ted Frank

Apple and backdating

Posted by Larry Ribstein

"Exposing the 'Phantom Epidemic' in Silica Litigation"

Posted by Walter Olson

Surveillance tapes not "substantial" evidence

Posted by Walter Olson

January 09, 2007


Ohio veto brouhaha

Posted by Walter Olson

Job applicants' credit records

Posted by Walter Olson

"If I had my way, I'd be a barrister"

Posted by Walter Olson

State Farm may settle Scruggs-Hood Katrina suits

Posted by Walter Olson

January 08, 2007


Zyprexa protective order enforcement II

Posted by Ted Frank

A lengthy non-story

Posted by Ted Frank

"Class Action Lawmaking: An Administrative Law Model"

Posted by Walter Olson

Going bare

Posted by Walter Olson

January 06, 2007


NY Times hoisted by its own petard?

Posted by Ted Frank

Nocera takes on Gladwell re Skilling

Posted by Ted Frank

George Will on the minimum wage

Posted by Walter Olson

New York lawyer advertising rules

Posted by Walter Olson

January 05, 2007


Securities class actions down in 2006

Posted by Ted Frank

Gov. Spitzer's economic proposals

Posted by Walter Olson

News bulletin: EEOC wins loses does some of each

Posted by Walter Olson

January 04, 2007


"Rollover Economics: Arbitrary and Capricious Product Liability Regimes"

Posted by Ted Frank

Nardelli's severance

Posted by Ted Frank

"Top Ten Legal Ethics Stories of 2006"

Posted by Walter Olson

"MMR doctor given legal aid thousands"

Posted by Walter Olson

A monument to honor Sarbanes and Oxley?

Posted by Walter Olson

January 03, 2007


"Democrats: There Is Such a Thing as Too Much Regulation"

Posted by Ted Frank

Mississippi Supremes to Hear Ford Appeal

Posted by Michael Krauss

Malcolm Gladwell on Enron and Skilling

Posted by Ted Frank

Lithwick's civil-liberties blinkers

Posted by Walter Olson

The Lakin class action club

Posted by Walter Olson

January 02, 2007


A Franchisor is Not an Employer

Posted by Michael Krauss

Twelve-step meeting

Posted by Walter Olson

Business Week cover story

Posted by Walter Olson

"Illinois doctors' med mal rates drop"

Posted by Walter Olson

January 01, 2007


Best of '06 at Overlawyered

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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