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Around the web, February 19

  • Did auditors of funds that lost money with Madoff have a duty to check whether/warn that he was using bottom-of-barrel accountants? [WSJ law blog]
  • Retroactivity, the people's friend? "Judge: Exxon May Be Sued for Natural Resource Damage Done Prior to Passage of N.J. Spill Act" [NJLJ, earlier]
  • Florida regulators stage tantrum against insurers seeking to leave its underpriced, overrisky homeowners market [CEI Open Market, earlier]
  • What the new TARP rules on executive compensation mean in practice [Hodak Value]
  • "Another Welding Rod Defense Verdict" [Cal Biz Lit]
  • Whistleblower bar wins big in stimulus bill with massive new provisions covering local governments, federal contractors [Whistleblower Law Blog]



Isaac Gorodetski
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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute

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Manhattan Institute


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