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September 30, 2007


Judge Samuel Kent

Posted by Ted Frank

Examiner series on trial lawyers, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

September 29, 2007


New York's ob/gyn crisis

Posted by Walter Olson

September 28, 2007


Mississippi legal reform

Posted by Walter Olson

Another thimerosal-vindicating study

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, September 28

Posted by Walter Olson

September 27, 2007


How well lawyered was the Lynne Stewart invitation?

Posted by Walter Olson

SEC roundtable on reform

Posted by Ted Frank

Annual Supreme Court Briefing

Posted by Ted Frank

Trial lawyer earmark in FDARA?

Posted by Ted Frank

If you're not reading Overlawyered...

Posted by Walter Olson

September 26, 2007


More on Lynne Stewart and the Hofstra conference

Posted by Walter Olson

Justice Thomas and the rail-car coupler

Posted by Walter Olson

Unrepentant disbarred felon to lecture on legal ethics

Posted by Walter Olson

Cert grant in Warner-Lambert v. Kent

Posted by Ted Frank

Nocera on Cuomo's climate change subpoenas

Posted by Walter Olson

September 25, 2007


"Contingency-Fee Con-Men"

Posted by Ted Frank

September 2007 Class Action Watch

Posted by Ted Frank

Around the web, September 25

Posted by Walter Olson

Ratings agencies and the subprime mess

Posted by Walter Olson

John Edwards' pension pretensions

Posted by Walter Olson

September 24, 2007


Toobin tag-teamed

Posted by Walter Olson

More on liability reform and the medically underinsured

Posted by Walter Olson

Examiner on trial lawyer money in politics

Posted by Walter Olson

September 23, 2007


The Skilling appeal

Posted by Ted Frank

Legal Reform Summit Oct. 24 in Washington, D.C.

Posted by Walter Olson

September 22, 2007


San Diego courts hit with overtime suit

Posted by Walter Olson

Spitzer stumbles in jockey-weighing case

Posted by Walter Olson

"Part of the problem is who is driving the bus"

Posted by Walter Olson

September 21, 2007


Jeb Bush knocks successor's risky insurance policies

Posted by David Rossmiller

Riegel shenanigans

Posted by Ted Frank

Equal Remedies Act of 2007

Posted by Walter Olson

Schumer's vanishing endorsement

Posted by Walter Olson

California bill on collateral-source rule

Posted by Walter Olson

Miss. AG Hood on outside contracts: "the system is working"

Posted by Walter Olson

September 20, 2007


"Does the Court Mean Business?"

Posted by Ted Frank

Lithwick does it again

Posted by Ted Frank

Florida district court: preemption unconstitutional under commerce clause

Posted by Ted Frank

"Transparency Code" for state AGs

Posted by Walter Olson

Next Monday in Chicago: Litan at Searle Center

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, September 20

Posted by Walter Olson

September 19, 2007


September 25: Patent Reform Act of 2007 event

Posted by Ted Frank

Consumer protection where consumer protection is needed

Posted by Ted Frank

Posner on the changing role of law professors

Posted by Ted Frank

Lerach's guilty plea

Posted by Ted Frank

Judge Mukasey's Chinese-asylum ruling

Posted by Walter Olson

New featured column: "The Massacre of Innocents"

Posted by Walter Olson

"Lending to the less fortunate"

Posted by Walter Olson

September 18, 2007


Proximate Cause 1, Terrorist Assistance 0

Posted by Michael Krauss

Scruggs can stay on Katrina cases

Posted by Walter Olson

Lerach to bite the dust

Posted by Michael Krauss

Yale Law Bites The Dust

Posted by Michael Krauss

Rhode Island: paint cos. should pay $2.4 billion for cleanup

Posted by Walter Olson

"Judge tosses global warming lawsuit against car makers"

Posted by Walter Olson

Lerach plea

Posted by Walter Olson

September 17, 2007


"Since September 11, 2001, this war has been lawyered to death"

Posted by Walter Olson

France's "model" health-care system

Posted by Walter Olson

Examiner series on trial lawyers

Posted by Walter Olson

Cost of discovery

Posted by Walter Olson

September 16, 2007


How Jane Fonda caused global warming

Posted by Larry Ribstein

Federalist panel on class actions Thursday in Chicago

Posted by Walter Olson

September 15, 2007


WLF on alcohol advertising suits

Posted by Walter Olson

September 14, 2007


Texans for Lawsuit Reform

Posted by Walter Olson

A valentine to Bill Lerach

Posted by Walter Olson

Ohio AG under fire

Posted by Walter Olson

W.V. med-mal reform, four years on

Posted by Walter Olson

Private equity firms hiring in-house lawyers

Posted by Walter Olson

September 13, 2007


The history of organized philanthropy, in 46 words?

Posted by Walter Olson

State AGs versus Boston Scientific/Guidant

Posted by Walter Olson

Irvine-Chemerinsky train wreck

Posted by Walter Olson

September 12, 2007


"Should Trial Lawyers Make Terror Policy?"

Posted by Walter Olson

$500/hr is enough!

Posted by Michael Krauss

Here's Hoping the Supremes Grant Cert in the Exxon Valdez Case

Posted by Michael Krauss

Heart attacks in public places

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, September 12

Posted by Walter Olson

September 11, 2007


Defensive medicine: they have to be carefully taught

Posted by Walter Olson

"Lobbyists targeting state attorneys general"

Posted by Walter Olson

A charter to sue the feds over global warming?

Posted by Walter Olson

September 10, 2007


"Charities reaping lawsuit dividends"

Posted by Ted Frank

Emily Bazelon on personal responsibility

Posted by Ted Frank

Autism from nasal spray?

Posted by Walter Olson

Trucking on down to Marshall, Texas

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, September 10

Posted by Walter Olson

September 09, 2007


Mississippi judicial scandal: Paul Minor sentenced to 11 years

Posted by Walter Olson

September 08, 2007


Astroturf letters in Wash. insurance initiative

Posted by Walter Olson

September 07, 2007


"Exhibit A in Painting Court as Too Far Right"

Posted by Walter Olson

"Accuracy of 9/11 Health Reports Is Questioned"

Posted by Walter Olson

New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously rejects abusive class action

Posted by Ted Frank

Richard Epstein to be MI visiting scholar

Posted by Walter Olson

New featured column: Bainbridge on warming suits

Posted by Walter Olson

September 06, 2007


Deutsche Bank tower

Posted by Walter Olson

Policy limit $1 million, actual payout $20 million

Posted by Walter Olson

Canadian employment law heats up

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, September 6

Posted by Walter Olson

September 05, 2007


The expense of document production...

Posted by Ted Frank

China introduces antitrust law

Posted by Walter Olson

Soft-tissue injury claimant wants $1.425 billion from Allstate

Posted by Walter Olson

California class action initiative

Posted by Walter Olson

September 04, 2007


AEI Legal Center for the Public Interest

Posted by Ted Frank

"Suing to Shut Down ‘Teach For America’"

Posted by Ted Frank

Berenson on Vioxx litigation

Posted by Ted Frank

House's anti-Ledbetter legislation

Posted by Walter Olson

Madison County: no more judge-shopping?

Posted by Walter Olson

September 03, 2007


San Diego paper: Jerry Brown sure fooled us

Posted by Walter Olson

September 02, 2007


Fined for speaking against the president

Posted by Ted Frank

Chemerinsky as dean of new UC Irvine law school?

Posted by Walter Olson

September 01, 2007


$521 million damage award against BDO Seidman

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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