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Around the web, May 27

  • Connecticut high court makes it easier to sue employers over internal reports critical of employees [Daniel Schwartz]
  • When Can A Disqualified Class Representative Conduct Discovery To Find a Better Plaintiff? [Cal Biz Lit]
  • Ten Things You May or May Not Know about Caperton (the W.V. constitutionalized recusal standards case) [Alex Long/Legal Ethics Forum, first, second posts]
  • NYU Annual Conference on Labor Jun. 4-5 [Hirsch/Workplace Prof]
  • If you're one who pays off balance in full each month, new credit card law might not be so helpful [Felix Salmon] Austan Goolsbee interviewed on credit card reform [Consumerist]
  • Adam Mossoff on antitrust, patents, and the Sewing Machine Combination [Volokh]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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