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Around the web, January 18

  • Massachusetts Senate race could give Republicans the added vote they need to block EFCA [Cal Labor Law] New poll shows union members opposing card check [Workforce Fairness Institute via Eric B. Meyer]
  • ObamaCare demonstration projects: "Oregon Seeks $300,000 Tort Reform Grant" [Lund Report]
  • Employers advised to make staff "sign and acknowledge receipt" of not-so-favorable performance reviews [Schwartz]
  • Any and all tactics? Website of Center for Justice and Democracy offers "kudos" for disruption of Detroit Auto Show [Pop Tort]
  • Market for directors' and officers' insurance on the rise in Europe as lawsuit risks mount [Kevin Lacroix]
  • Kirk Hartley of the Global Tort blog, a key stop for coverage of asbestos and bankruptcy issues, is switching law firms.



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