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Around the web, February 17



  • Texas asbestos and silicosis reform a success. [LNL; TCJL]
  • Elsewhere in Texas, Governor Perry proposes loser pays and making access to justice easier for smaller cases. [TCJL]
  • Extensive tort reform in Wisconsin undoes some bad Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions, caps punitive damages. [Sachse]
  • Multi-billion dollar judgment in Ecuador in Chevron lawsuit. Chevron has a webpage detailing its response to and summarizing the various collateral litigations, including a Hague international arbitration temporarily prohibiting international enforcement of the judgement.

  • "Climate Policy by Judicial Fiat: How Global Warming Lawsuits Subvert the Democratic Process" [Heritage]
  • Insider trading and the Sentencing Guidelines. [Ribstein]
  • Why is Obama meeting with a group that launders Chinese money? [Carney @ Examiner]
  • DOJ/DHS operation shuts down over 83,000 web sites for no reason. [Blackman]

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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
igorodetski@manhattan-institute.org

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Manhattan Institute
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