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Around the web, June 4



  • In Scruggs scandal's Peters-DeLaughter branch, Peters is said to be working with prosecutors [Brumfield, NEMDJ via Folo, more]
  • Class Action Blawg has been rounding up weekly highlights on its subject [latest is the ninth]
  • Anthony Sebok predicts defense win, but maybe not conclusive one, in Rhode Island lead paint public nuisance case [FindLaw first and second parts, Ted @ OL, Genova, interview with Sebok there]
  • San Francisco and Hagens Berman team up to lead municipal drug-reimbursement onslaught against wholesaler McKesson, a SF company [UCL Practitioner, earlier from Carter]
  • Plaintiff's lawyers have put more than $2 million into California political races this election cycle [CJAC]
  • Roger Parloff on implications of Merck's latest Vioxx wins [Fortune "Legal Pad"]
  • You'd think Fieger acquittal would qualify as a national story given the big hole it would seem to blow in McCain-Feingold [OL and again]

 

 


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