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Around the web, November 23



  • Tide turning against drug-pricing suits? Glaxo SmithKline beats back Kentucky case [Longstreth, AmLaw Daily]
  • Court in Australia deems litigation funding pact improper as "unregistered managed investment scheme" [New Lawyer]
  • Should docs be careful what they ask for? Michelle Mello of Harvard, a prominent advocate of health courts, hopes they'll significantly expand compensation [Gerencher, MarketWatch]
  • Doubts about the latest phthalates scare, and a Daubert angle [Trevor Butterworth, Forbes]
  • Claim: pay-to-play isn't such a big problem with public pension plaintiffs after all [Securities Litigation Watch, more]
  • Chevron, trial lawyer adversaries locked in lobbying combat over Ecuador suit [Politico via Law & More]

 

 


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Project Manager,
Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
igorodetski@manhattan-institute.org

Katherine Lazarski
Press Officer,
Manhattan Institute
klazarski@manhattan-institute.org

 

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