The latest state-focused installment in the popular Manhattan Institute series covers the Buckeye State, scene of some intense liability battles in recent years. Among topics aired: the state's sharply divided Supreme Court, and its narrow swing in recent years toward deference to legislated legal reform; the brief, clownish reign of state Attorney General Marc Dann; and the career of the state's best-known tort lawyer, Stanley Chesley of Cincinnati. Earlier state-by-state reports have covered California, Michigan, and Illinois.
Trial Lawyers Inc. update -- Ohio
- HR 5
- The Carlyle IPO
- CJD still lying about hot coffee
- Copland on AGs
- Jim Hood reelected
- Trial Lawyers Inc.: Attorneys General featured discussion
- Coverage of Trial Lawyers Inc.
- Trial Lawyers Inc.: Attorneys General
- Around the web, October 14
- Lago Agrio lawyers lobbying state AGs?
- "Trial lawyers prep for war on Perry"
- Around the web, August 15
- Around the web, July 27
- "The Senate's Lawsuit Factory"
- "Scandal of the day: a businessman in Congress"
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