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Around the web, September 11

  • "Eight counties in New York State have no obstetricians: Essex, Greene, Seneca, Tioga, Washington, Yates, Schoharie, and Hamilton" [Barringer/Berkowitz, NY Sun via Common Good; more]
  • Card check proposal to dispense with union secret ballot might just be the most important domestic issue at stake in November's election [Rubin, Pajamas Media]
  • "A look at [AG and gubernatorial candidate Jay] Nixon's big-money donors starts and ends with Missouri's big-name lawyers, specifically personal injury attorneys." [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
  • "Market doesn't work for EULAs". But in the case of Google Chrome maybe it did [Szoka, TechLiberation]
  • Early bird registration about to expire on U.S. Chamber's Legal Reform Summit, set for Oct. 29 in Washington [more]
  • Self-regulation effort by third-party litigation funders in the U.K. [Legal Week]
  • Short on cash? Earn money by blogging for trial lawyer causes [Tort Deform]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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