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Around the web, June 18



  • Trying to defend your product in public debate? Connecticut AG Richard Blumenthal wants to see your internal correspondence [press release from his office] (& Created Things)
  • Union partisans can't figure out why anyone might support employment arbitration when it's agreed to beforehand by those it would bind, but oppose when it's imposed by government without consent [Puffington Host]
  • Catskills construction injury: defendant makes very big settlement offer, plaintiff goes to trial and gets less, is now suing first lawyer [Hochfelder]
  • D.C. bar is holding June 30 lunchtime event on third party funding in arbitration [details]
  • Is Seroquel mass tort fizzling? [AmLaw and counterview]
  • Change in New York state law could mean two court appearances rather than one for motorists fighting tickets [Times Herald-Record]

 

 


Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy
rmangual@manhattan-institute.org

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute
klazarski@manhattan-institute.org

 

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