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Around the web, February 19



  • Does Kline & Specter have a Mad Lib mass-tort-ad generator? [Childs on Botox]
  • Judges taking harder link against lawyer misconduct lately [Lammi/WLF, PDF]
  • Despite shock over cuts, Oregon lawmakers in no hurry to respond to state high court's ruling striking down damage limits at public teaching hospital OHSU [Oregonian via Chamber ILR]
  • Even in relatively sane Michigan, "doctors are getting out of the field at (age) 55 instead of at 70" [Livingston County News]
  • Sykes family, prominent in agitating vaccines-cause-autism theory, encounters a rocky road for its claims in court [Seidel]
  • 2002 California legislation was meant to reduce state's endemic construction-defect litigation. And since? [L.A. Times]
  • Jury in Stanford, Connecticut awards $38 million in cerebral palsy suit [AP/Newsday via Perlmutter/Schuelke, Stamford Advocate]

 

 


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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
igorodetski@manhattan-institute.org

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Manhattan Institute
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