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Around the web, March 12

  • Maryland trial lawyers once again pushing Annapolis bill to open up suits against former lead paint manufacturers [Marta Mossberg, D.C. Examiner]
  • U. of Chicago emergency room under fire for sending dog-bit kid home. What's the ultimate lesson? [White Coat]
  • Expert on economics of piracy has book out next month titled The Invisible Hook [Dubner, Freakonomics]
  • "Everything from an alarming advertisement to a cockroach baked in a pie": what can't be called "public nuisance"? [Maureen Martin via Genova]
  • Prejudgment interest bill in Springfield could be a sort of stimulus bill for Illinois trial lawyers [Travis Akin, I-LAW via Pero]
  • James Zirin reviews Philip Howard's Life Without Lawyers [NY Law Journal]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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