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Around the web, March 31

  • Sotomayor writes first dissent in 7-2 SCOTUS ruling slightly restricting False Claims suits, health care reform bill is going to restore the more liberal standard anyway [AP, BLT]
  • Cosmic rays? "NASA to investigate cause of Toyota problems" [WaPo, Detroit Free Press, L.A. Times]
  • Rejecting Easterbrook view, SCOTUS unanimously adopts Second Circuit/Posner view on standard for challenging mutual fund fees [Jones v. Harris; WSJ Law Blog, Ribstein, NLJ, earlier here, here, etc.]
  • AstraZeneca wins a big Seroquel case [Abnormal Use]
  • Hungarian Holocaust reparations suits continue in Chicago, this time the target is banks [ChicagoNow]
  • Even if you agree law school clinics need more oversight, heavy-handed Maryland effort is likely to backfire [Legal Ethics Blog, Maryland Reporter, Marler Clark Food Safety News, ABA Journal]



Isaac Gorodetski
Project Manager,
Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute

Katherine Lazarski
Press Officer,
Manhattan Institute


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