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Around the web, November 14

  • "Truly awful" policy consequences of unprecedented decision by California court to hold brand-name drug company liable for injury caused by generic version of drug [Beck & Herrmann]
  • Upstate appeals court dismisses suit by New York judges demanding pay raise [NYLJ]; Chief Judge Judith Kaye bids the court goodbye [Turkewitz]
  • Some in Wisconsin fume at what they see as backscratching dealings between outgoing university chancellor John Wiley and defeated Supreme Court Justice Louis Butler [Wisconsin Club for Growth via Pero]
  • "Voir dire is unconstitutional": adherent of "fully informed jury" movement makes an appearance at Anne Reed's jury blog [Deliberations]
  • Do apologies by defendants help speed reasonable settlements? Well, clients' and lawyers' reactions to apologies are two different things [Jennifer Robbennolt (Illinois), SSRN, via Schuerman, TortsProf]
  • You mean if Detroit's Big Three were put through the Chapter 11 wringer the UAW would lose its Jobs Bank program? [Declan McCullagh]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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