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February 28, 2007


National Law Journal on obesity litigation

Posted by Ted Frank

Backdating scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

R.I. lead paint ruling, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Still more on Philip Morris v. Williams

Posted by Ted Frank

Voting Rights Act preclearance provisions

Posted by Walter Olson

Boies chair at Tulane law school

Posted by Walter Olson

February 27, 2007


That's so not fair

Posted by Walter Olson

New featured column: "The long, long, long goodbye"

Posted by Walter Olson

Hedge funds hit by employment suits

Posted by Walter Olson

R.I. judge says paint makers must pay for cleanup

Posted by Walter Olson

February 26, 2007


The card-check "travesty"

Posted by Walter Olson

Colorado Home Astroturf

Posted by James R. Copland

Washington Post on Williams case

Posted by Walter Olson

Wheedling neurosurgeons

Posted by Walter Olson

Home-defect lawsuit wars

Posted by Walter Olson

February 25, 2007


Joseph Nocera on Mississippi contract-shredding

Posted by Walter Olson

February 24, 2007


Evidentiary rulings in first Madison County Vioxx trial

Posted by Ted Frank

February 23, 2007


"Senter Ring: Looking Beyond The Side Show Of The Mississippi Katrina Coverage Litigation"

Posted by Ted Frank

Update: Madison County Vioxx forum shopping

Posted by Ted Frank

John McWhorter vs. Jonathan Kozol

Posted by Walter Olson

Origins of limited liability

Posted by Walter Olson

Sticking to the suburbs

Posted by Walter Olson

Illinois legislative agenda

Posted by Walter Olson

February 22, 2007


"Pray to the hurricane gods"

Posted by Walter Olson

NYC readers: Judge Janis Jack to Speak at Cardozo

Posted by Walter Olson

Philip Morris v. Williams and the Wal-Mart case

Posted by Walter Olson

February 21, 2007


Blawg Review #96

Posted by Walter Olson

"Worried in America"

Posted by Walter Olson

AP: Lockyer's office improperly hid contracts

Posted by Walter Olson

February 20, 2007


More on Philip Morris v. Williams

Posted by Ted Frank

Rossmiller on the Hood press conference

Posted by Ted Frank

Initial thoughts on Philip Morris

Posted by James R. Copland

Philip Morris v. Williams opinion

Posted by James R. Copland

Oregon Supreme Court Decision Thrown Out

Posted by Michael Krauss

Tobacco Litigation in California is Back in Business

Posted by Michael Krauss

About that "war on science"

Posted by Walter Olson

National Law Journal op-eds

Posted by Walter Olson

February 19, 2007


Adam Liptak on Buell-Wilson

Posted by Ted Frank

Bernstein, "(Partial) Failure of the Daubert Revolution"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 18, 2007


Venue selection and bankruptcy outcomes

Posted by Walter Olson

February 17, 2007


"Clear and convincing" evidence

Posted by Walter Olson

February 16, 2007


More on Mississippi insurance and State Farm

Posted by Ted Frank

Federal Prempro jury finds for Wyeth in Rush case

Posted by Ted Frank

Tomlinson v. Allstate Insurance

Posted by Ted Frank

Europe: Americanizing its way of law?

Posted by Walter Olson

"Voter intimidation" and card checks

Posted by Walter Olson

February 15, 2007


Around the web, February 15

Posted by Ted Frank

Jan Crawford Greenburg on "judicial independence"

Posted by Ted Frank

The trouble with cy pres

Posted by Ted Frank

Nocera on "ridiculous" slurs against AEI

Posted by Walter Olson

Drugmaker liability in Michigan

Posted by Walter Olson

February 14, 2007


"Class Action Fairness Act: Two Years Later" (Federalist Society)

Posted by Ted Frank

State Farm: No New Underwriting in Mississippi

Posted by Michael Krauss

New featured column: "The Capital Market Crack-Up"

Posted by Walter Olson

"Dangerous When in Power"

Posted by Ted Frank

Quotations from Judith Vladeck

Posted by Walter Olson

Connecticut mulls regulating hedge funds

Posted by Walter Olson

February 13, 2007


Shadow juries in Atlantic City

Posted by Ted Frank

Zyprexa protective order enforcement V: Injunction upheld

Posted by Ted Frank

Asbestos bankruptcies, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Was Milberg satisfied, or just shy?

Posted by Walter Olson

The Japanese way of (non-)litigation

Posted by Walter Olson

February 12, 2007


Guestbloggers welcome

Posted by Walter Olson

Death penalty less popular, yet still constitutional -- gee whiz!

Posted by Walter Olson

Next up: even more C-sections?

Posted by Walter Olson

Libertarian-leaning judges

Posted by Walter Olson

Pharmaceutical pricing class actions

Posted by Walter Olson

February 11, 2007


A fifth UC law school?

Posted by Walter Olson

February 10, 2007


Was backdating material?

Posted by Larry Ribstein

February 09, 2007


Merrill Lynch and CSFB appeal Enron ruling to Fifth Circuit

Posted by Ted Frank

State-level False Claims Acts

Posted by Walter Olson

New York, "regional" financial capital-to-be?

Posted by Walter Olson

Blawg Review #94

Posted by Walter Olson

February 08, 2007


More on Dukes v. Wal-Mart

Posted by Ted Frank

The dangers of the Restatement

Posted by Ted Frank

School System to Monitor Weekend Drinking by Students

Posted by Michael Krauss

"If you can defeat the motion to dismiss, you're 75 percent of the way home."

Posted by Michael Krauss

Married Lawyers Face Charges for Payment Demands After Wife's Liaisons

Posted by Michael Krauss

Quashing of Dram Shop Damage Award Confirmed

Posted by Michael Krauss

"Torts, Crises and Soup Sandwiches"

Posted by Walter Olson

Sued if you do files: workplace religious accommodation

Posted by Walter Olson

February 07, 2007


More asbestos liability seepage

Posted by Michael Krauss

Pick your poison: class actions or corporate criminal prosecutions?

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Wal-Mart class affirmed by Ninth Circuit, 2-1

Posted by Ted Frank

"Help us, Governor Spitzer!"

Posted by Walter Olson

Arthur Allen, "Vaccine"

Posted by Walter Olson

February 06, 2007


Jerry Brown: more usual than first thought

Posted by Ted Frank

What are they teaching at Harvard Law?

Posted by Ted Frank

Zyprexa protective order enforcement IV: Berenson won't testify

Posted by Ted Frank

U.S. capital market regulation: a view from "Red Ken"

Posted by Walter Olson

Emergency room doctor shortages

Posted by Walter Olson

Boston readers

Posted by Walter Olson

February 05, 2007


"Judge becomes national legal star"

Posted by Walter Olson

Law blogs

Posted by Walter Olson

The Guardian (UK) vs. AEI

Posted by Walter Olson

February 04, 2007


Dodging Daubert

Posted by Walter Olson

February 03, 2007


Orthopedists: bring back Vioxx

Posted by Ted Frank

February 02, 2007


Parloff on tobacco litigation

Posted by Ted Frank

Federalist Society Event on CAFA

Posted by Ted Frank

Brown won't drop automaker global-warming suit

Posted by Walter Olson

More Baron & Budd dissension

Posted by Walter Olson

Card check for me, but not for thee

Posted by Walter Olson

Storm of demagogy

Posted by Walter Olson

Speculating on backdating

Posted by Larry Ribstein

February 01, 2007


What docs pay, and where

Posted by Walter Olson

That didn't take long: first Democratic earmark for trial lawyers

Posted by Ted Frank

Cooperman to plead guilty to Milberg Weiss kickbacks

Posted by Ted Frank


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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