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Around the web, February 19

  • Hmm: plaintiffs have hoped to unseal documents of purported Toyota whistleblower, now a subpoena from House oversight committee might compel them to be made public [Bronstad, NLJ]
  • Public can't stand Citizens United? "Self-Interested Polling, Questionable Results" [Carter at ShopFloor] Federalist Society online debate continues [Ribstein]
  • Northeastern U. lawprof Tim Howard, prominent in Toyota class actions, has finger in many pies [his Wikipedia page]
  • California Supreme Court Justice Moreno: arbitration is becoming "judicialized" [Rizo, LNL]
  • "In Retrial, N.J. Jury Awards $25 Million to Accutane User" [NJLJ, NJLRA; inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) allegations]
  • Okay, it's official: we miss Judith Kaye as chief judge of NY high court [Glaberson, NYT]



Rafael Mangual
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Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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