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Around the web, September 21

  • Med mal mini-roundup: "Medical liability insurer says caps law has stabilized malpractice rates" [MC Record, Illinois] Mixed verdict on Texas reforms [Mitchell Schnurman, Star-Telegram] Interview with Florida neurosurgeon & AANS president Troy Tippett [PNW] Tennessee med-mal filings drop sharply after state adopts pre-notice, certificate of good faith reforms [Day, first and second followups] Washington high court strikes down certificate of merit law [Day] "Georgia Supreme Court to Decide Constitutionality of Med Mal Damage Caps" [TortsProf, WSJ Law Blog]
  • Foundation for Fair Civil Justice (Bob Dorigo Jones) doing video and audio features on lawsuit abuse [Legal Reform TV]
  • "Point-Counterpoint: Repairing the Clean Water Act" [Federalist Society Engage]
  • "'Docket Science': Is it Time for an Inactive Docket in California to Manage Asbestos Workload?" [Cal Civil Justice]
  • "Looking at the Logic Behind Shareholder Class-Action Suits" [WSJ Law Blog]
  • "Ohio Pharmacist Going To Jail Over Botched Prescription" [Bull's-Eye Blog via Ohio Employer]



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