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Around the web, July 11



  • Our own Ted Frank on punitive damages after the Exxon Shipping decision [yesterday's WSJ]. Also check out Gordon Crovitz's take [WSJ earlier]
  • After acquittal of Mills, Kentucky fen-phen trial results in hung jury for Gallion and Cunningham; prosecutorial fumbles blamed [Ted at OL]
  • Adventures in class action choice of law: New Mexico high court sees no problem applying its law to transactions in other states [Albuquerque Journal courtesy US Chamber]
  • Alabama drug-pricing trial: Jere Beasley gets jury to award $114 million against Glaxo and Novartis, demand letters sent to 69 other drugmakers charged with the same supposed fraud [CNBC, FiercePharma]
  • Abbe Lowell files Fifth Circuit appeal of client Paul Minor's conviction [White Collar Crime Prof Blog, appeal in PDF]
  • WSJ on hurricane insurance models is stronger on hand-wringing than on analytical rigor [Salmon, Portfolio]
  • Defense bar lagging plaintiffs' in new media involvement? [Genova]

 

 


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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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