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January 2004 Archives

According to Prof. Brickman, virtually all claims of nonmalignant injury from asbestos in today's courts are generated by way of attorney-sponsored screenings. Yet there is extensive reason to believe that much of the medical evidence generated by the screening process is bogus -� so much so that asbestos litigation itself may properly at this point be called a "malignant enterprise."
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Rafael Mangual
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Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute

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