- Unintended consequences of Dodd-Frank. [Richard Epstein @ Barron's ($)]
- Vioxx endgame a feeing frenzy. [WSJ Law Blog]
- Javelin Marketing threatens meritless SLAPP suits against critics. [Public Citizen]
- Does Michigan have more truck accidents because it doesn't have punitive damages? Refuting a trial-lawyer canard. [Cutting]
- Why do newspapers support Snyder v. Phelps but not Citizens United? [Make No Law]
- Death row inmate wants to donate organs. [NYT]
- Obama DOMA decision opens up tax can of worms. [Tax Prof]
- Walter Olson interview on Schools for Misrule. [Daily Caller]
Around the web, March 7
- Conflict Minerals Conflict Continues
- Richard Epstein: The Improbable Fate of the Durbin Amendment
- CFTC's Aimless Budgeting
- Dodd-Frank's Central Risk-Takers
- Is Volcker the New FCPA?
- Judge Sanctions Porn Troll
- CFTC's Latest Invitation to Court
- 100 Days at the SEC
- Banking on Wind
- New Column by Walter Olson: SEC Unveils Expensive Rule on CEO Pay Ratio
- In the Matter of McCutcheon: The Merits of Campaign-Finance "Aggregation"
- Teen Sexting, Youthful Mistake or Felony?
- SEC Steps Further Away from Its Mission
- FACTA shakedown files: Albright v. Bi-State Dev. Agency
- CAFA violation in Korean Air Passenger settlement