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April 30, 2007


"I will not resign in the face of a plainly bogus charge of conflict of interest."

Posted by Ted Frank

"The Capitalist Foundations of America"

Posted by Ted Frank

Prop 65

Posted by Ted Frank

"To fix accounting, we need to fix litigation."

Posted by Ted Frank

Blawg Review #106 (and earlier)

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, April 30

Posted by Walter Olson

April 29, 2007


Oklahoma Governor Vetoes Tort Reform

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

"Lyme Disease Experts: Butt Out, Blumenthal"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 28, 2007


Milberg Weiss case: Schulman heard from

Posted by Walter Olson

Kim Strassel on "trial lawyer earmarks"

Posted by Ted Frank

"The Future of Wall Street: Can New York Stay On Top?"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 27, 2007


Presser on Thomas

Posted by James R. Copland

Silicosis doc surrenders license

Posted by Walter Olson

Tax treatment of noneconomic damages

Posted by Walter Olson

Shareholder arbitration: "The One Best Idea"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 26, 2007


Oklahoma Tort Reform Roundup

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

"Personal Injury Law Roundups"

Posted by Walter Olson

Does med-mal risk, like misery, love company?

Posted by Walter Olson

Calif. judge: gov't lawyers shouldn't be on contingency

Posted by Walter Olson

April 25, 2007


Incentives and the secondary market

Posted by Ted Frank

Obama's troubling economic proposals

Posted by Ted Frank

$255K in legal fees for an $11K claim

Posted by Michael Krauss

"Prime Target"

Posted by Ted Frank

FedEx to pay $55 million to settle race-bias claims

Posted by Walter Olson

Sarbanes-Oxley and mens rea

Posted by Walter Olson

April 24, 2007


Fred Thompson and "federalism"

Posted by Ted Frank

State AG contracting reform

Posted by Walter Olson

NY Court: Statute of Limitations Means What It Says

Posted by Michael Krauss

The "mercury militia"

Posted by Walter Olson

"Getting the Gilded Age All Wrong"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 23, 2007


Oklahoma Passes Tort Reform

Posted by Jonathan B. Wilson

Do as we say, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Letting firms contract around investor suits?

Posted by Walter Olson

"It's a liability issue. You might fall off"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 22, 2007


Wisconsin high court: the next round?

Posted by Walter Olson

April 21, 2007


Say on pay

Posted by Larry Ribstein

April 20, 2007


Ledbetter v. Merck

Posted by Ted Frank

WWII reparations: the next generation?

Posted by Walter Olson

Dual class, indeed, at the NY Times

Posted by Walter Olson

Big win for Calif. wage-hour lawyers

Posted by Walter Olson

April 19, 2007


Reasons to be Skeptical of Civil Juries

Posted by David Bernstein

NJ Verdict Demonstrates Absurdity of Punitives

Posted by Michael Krauss

Shell settlement hailed as Europe-wide class action

Posted by Walter Olson

Judge Sarokin on med-mal

Posted by Walter Olson

April 18, 2007


Triple-header of Virginia Tech commentary

Posted by Walter Olson

Business Week cover story: "Fear of Firing"

Posted by Walter Olson

Katrina malpractice theory

Posted by Walter Olson

Pro se litigants

Posted by Walter Olson

April 17, 2007


Delaware a tort destination?

Posted by Walter Olson

The golden whistle, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Methodists back vaccine quackery

Posted by Walter Olson

April 16, 2007


Albany to consider slavery reparations

Posted by Walter Olson

Giacalone on "Civil Gideon"

Posted by Walter Olson

EEOC launches hiring crackdown

Posted by Walter Olson

April 15, 2007


"Whiplash and other useful illnesses"

Posted by Walter Olson

Brewing breast implant fee scandal?

Posted by Ted Frank

April 14, 2007


"Card check" in Canada

Posted by Walter Olson

April 13, 2007


Wal-Mart v. Coughlin

Posted by Ted Frank

April 23: "Expert Witnesses, Adversarial Bias, and the (Partial) Failure of the Daubert Revolution"

Posted by Ted Frank

Tying one hand behind bioscientists' backs

Posted by Walter Olson

Those State Farm emails

Posted by Ted Frank

"Are U.S. IPOs DOA?"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 12, 2007


Lowell Berwick v. Merck

Posted by Ted Frank

April 20: Is Excessive Regulation and Litigation Eroding U.S. Financial Competitiveness?

Posted by Ted Frank

ALI tries to lower bar for scientific evidence

Posted by Ted Frank

The coming bipartisan economic collapse

Posted by Ted Frank

Lawprofs for lawsuit expansion

Posted by Walter Olson

"Well…what do you want me to say here?"

Posted by Walter Olson

April 11, 2007


Enron Task Force

Posted by Walter Olson

New featured column: Ted on Vioxx class actions

Posted by Walter Olson

Employment law: A "No Bad Apples Rule"?

Posted by Walter Olson

April 10, 2007


Accutane mass tort litigation for inflammatory bowel disease

Posted by Ted Frank

Equity exodus: the role of sanctions?

Posted by Walter Olson

New York's scaffold law

Posted by Walter Olson

April 09, 2007


Contingent-fee experts?

Posted by Ted Frank

Judicial nominations

Posted by Ted Frank

The quotable Chuck Schumer

Posted by Walter Olson

DOJ's McNulty memo

Posted by Walter Olson

Colo.: Retroactive lawmaking on home warranties

Posted by Walter Olson

April 08, 2007


Latest Healthgrades study

Posted by Ted Frank

Limitations

Posted by Ted Frank

Conrad Black trial

Posted by Ted Frank

Ohio files lead-nuisance suit

Posted by Walter Olson

April 07, 2007


SOx and audit certification

Posted by Ted Frank

Parade of new blogs

Posted by Walter Olson

April 06, 2007


Wisconsin: Ziegler wins high court seat

Posted by Walter Olson

NY Times on Bloomberg's food nannyism

Posted by Walter Olson

Bogus experts, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

April 05, 2007


Cert petition in Regents v. CSFB

Posted by Ted Frank

Kentucky fen-phen court: "Chesley was paid more than he should have been"

Posted by Ted Frank

April 04, 2007


Federalist Society Class Action Watch

Posted by Ted Frank

"Fen-Phen Zen"

Posted by Ted Frank

April 03, 2007


Charles Silver on haircuts

Posted by Ted Frank

Defensive advertising

Posted by Ted Frank

Plaintiffs' lawyers found guilty of bribery and racketeering

Posted by Michael Krauss

"Do Judges Systematically Favor the Interests of the Legal Profession?"

Posted by Ted Frank

Connecticut doctors, squeezed

Posted by Walter Olson

Wisconsin Supreme Court race

Posted by Walter Olson

April 02, 2007


Massachusetts v. EPA global warming case

Posted by Ted Frank

Posner & Becker on the PRI study

Posted by Ted Frank

Contingency fees lure business firms

Posted by Walter Olson

Texas Jones Act lawsuits

Posted by Walter Olson

Scruggs vs. Miss. insurance commissioner, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

April 01, 2007


How not to be a legal journalist

Posted by Ted Frank

Tellabs roundup

Posted by Ted Frank

Here comes "family responsibilities discrimination"

Posted by Walter Olson

Goodbye, subprime lending...

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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