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Around the web, September 27



  • "N.Y. Law Opens One-Year Window for Time-Barred 9/11 Claims" [NYLJ]
  • Much-watched formaldehyde case: "FEMA trailer didn't expose family to fumes, jury decides" [AP/NOLA.com] More: Wajert.
  • "Recent Securities Suit Filings Reinforce 'Backlog' Theory" [Kevin Lacroix, D&O Diary and relatedly]
  • Horne v. Flores high court decision is big win against overbroad consent decrees [Sandler/Schoenbrod, City Journal; both majority opinion and dissent cited S&S's Democracy by Decree] Ninth Circuit gets "severe spanking at the hands of Justice Alito" [Simon, Prawfsblawg]
  • New Jersey Supreme Court reverses $75 million malpractice award, case was largest in state history [WCBS].
  • Need some quick cash? Here's an idea, sue NYC [NY Post]

 

 


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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
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