Bill Childs at TortsProf does some more investigating (earlier). Did his sleuthing get the site to be more forthright about its sponsorship, or not? And what of the separate site Asbestos.net, whose fine print claims that it is "not owned by a law firm", which is not quite the same thing as denying that it is in the business of generating leads for lawyers? Keep reading to the end...
- Judge orders end to trial reservation system in Madison County asbestos docket
- The problem of the special master
- Asbestos litigation and search-engine optimization
- California rejects tertiary asbestos liability in O'Neill v. Crane
- Madison County's controversial asbestos litigation system under fire yet again
- Congressional hearing on asbestos fraud
- Judge orders lawyers to mandatory Labor-Day weekend seminar
- Around the web, August 22
- "CSX claims racketeering in Pittsburgh law firm's legal tactics"
- Around the web, July 29
- Around the web, June 18
- $322M verdict for phantom asbestosis
- "The Market for Specious Claims"
- Around the web, March 16
- Mississippi Supreme Court gets hellhole cleanup opportunity
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