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Around the web, November 30

  • Dangers work both ways? Third-party litigation finance proposed for the defense side [Longstreth, American Lawyer] Related: "Investing in Lawsuits: 'Litigation Financing' and the Consumer Protection Imperative" [Leichty/Thomason, WLF, PDF]
  • New U.K. reforms: "Barristers will be free to set up in partnership with solicitors or with each other" [Times Online]
  • R.I.P. Edward Stimpson, who helped save the light aviation industry through federal liability reform [Carter at ShopFloor]
  • "Stiff mortgage lenders, advises law professor Brent T. White" [Harney/S.F. Chron via Genova]
  • "Really ... it's all about protecting patients from bad doctors." [White Coat on this Nevada case]
  • Congratulations to superlative juryblogger Anne Reed, picked to run Wisconsin Humane Society [Deliberations; also Turkewitz; cross-roundupped from Overlawyered]



Isaac Gorodetski
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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute

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