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Around the web, January 7

  • "Sending Wall Street To Jail": major source of criminal liability could be over-rosy business statements meant to shore up customer, supplier confidence [Roger Parloff, Fortune]
  • Famed Texas injury lawyer Mark Lanier addresses Prof. Jon Hanson's torts class at Harvard [video via Mass Tort Lit]
  • Heritage policy paper on EFCA [Sherk & Kersey] And so no one thinks we're ignoring what the other side has to say, here's a "pro" post [Joseph Slater, Prawfsblawg]
  • Crain's NY and Milberg, sitting in a tree; second verse, same as the first (h/t Bruce Carton)
  • Expect to pay a lot more for mattresses, domestic maker gets Uncle Sam to slap heavy tariffs on innersprings [Blomquist, CEI]
  • Treaties, court decisions give aboriginal groups (First Nations, Metis, Inuit) more clout in shaping business activities in Canada [Corporate Counsel]



Isaac Gorodetski
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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute

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Manhattan Institute


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