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Around the web, November 8



  • The gang that couldn't intimidate straight? Rumor has it ACORN sent protesters to home of Sherwin-Williams CEO Chris Connor one day, but they mistakenly carried signs from another demonstration [Law and More]
  • Monmouth County, New Jersey: "Defense firm accused of botching case received through political connection" [NJLJ]
  • Ironic and sad if this historic election spelled an end to the long established right to hold elections over unionization [George Lenard, ShopFloor]
  • Disability law symposium in University of Pittsburgh Law Review [Workplace Prof Blog]
  • Regulation through prosecution: the NatWest Three finally head home [Kirkendall]
  • Generally, gigantic patent verdicts don't come in the cases filed by trolls [Opderbeck, Concurring Opinions]

 

 


Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy
rmangual@manhattan-institute.org

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Manhattan Institute
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