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Around the web, November 25

  • Brink o' the abyss: report for U.K. judiciary is said to recommend plunge into U.S.-style lawyer contingency fees [Times Online]
  • Wage/hour law: is turning on the computer the new "donning and doffing"? [Daniel Schwartz]
  • Colorado Attorney General John Suthers criticizes activist drift of some of his fellow state AGs [WLF, w/co-author Geoff Blue]
  • Ninth Circuit navy sonar case shows that liberal judicial activism is no mere memory of past days [Stuart Taylor, Jr., National Journal; more]
  • Vol. VII in "Legal Shakedowns and Scandals" series takes up case of Dr. Oscar Frye, elusive authenticator of West Virginia asbestos injury [AJP]
  • "Trial lawyers more important than doctors" braggadocio from Gerry Spence provokes some strong reactions [Orac]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.