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Around the web, February 5

  • One-way injury fee shifts? More on ominous procedural proposals in England and Wales [Burch, Mass Tort Lit]
  • Client-chasing legal "news services" often inaccurately recount air mishaps [Aero-News.net via Steele, LEF]
  • Feds to probe alleged cluster of cleft palate cases near Kettleman City, Calif. waste dump [L.A. Times, more]
  • Saying "So..." in a certain way might let slip your Yale Law background [Horwitz, Prawfs]
  • In an unfree country, corrupt officialdom may be better than the alternative [FCPA Blog, more]
  • Lots of trade associations expressing policy views in one place: Biz Central (via Pat Cleary)



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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