- Google Book Search settlement struck down. [WLF]
- Oklahoma rejects cell phone provider liability for failure to warn for distracted driving. [Jackson]
- The problems of empirical studies on judicial preemption decisions. [Beck]
- Many Texas defense attorneys more concerned about tort reform effect on them than on their clients. [law.com/Texas Lawyer]
- California legislature rejects mild punitive damages reform. [CJAC]
- Justice at Stake proposes solution to judge-shopping problem caused by Chief Judge Lippman's new disqualification requirements. [LNL; earlier]
- $60k award reversed for theater telling patrons to turn off cell phones on theory that request was racist. [Volokh]
- Beware the estate of James Joyce. [Forbes via MR]
Around the web, March 28
- In the Matter of McCutcheon: The Merits of Campaign-Finance "Aggregation"
- Two podcasts
- "A Facebook Deal That Needs Unfriending"
- Teen Sexting, Youthful Mistake or Felony?
- FACTA shakedown files: Albright v. Bi-State Dev. Agency
- Dry Max Pampers Litigation update
- CAFA violation in Korean Air Passenger settlement
- The cy pres morass and In re BankAmerica Corp. Securities Litigation
- Dennis v. Kellogg on remand
- New Jersey creates new cause of action for texting
- Silverman v. Motorola
- Marek v. Lane & Dry Max Pampers in today's NY Times
- $3M more for Wyeth shareholders after CCAF objection
- Speaking at 2013 ABA Class Action National Institute
- Richardson v. L'Oreal class action settlement