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Around the web, July 21

  • More on the California decision invalidating recreation waivers where gross negligence alleged [Korobkin @ Volokh, with good reader comments]

  • FEMA on hurricane trailers: don't test them for chemical hazards, that'd start the clock on our obligation to respond [L.A. Times via Childs]

  • Lawyers are mostly taking 40 percent of the L.A. priest-abuse settlement, and some payments "had little to do with what victims suffered" [L.A. Times via LawBeat]

  • Who was the first legal blogger? [blush, blush]

  • John Edwards swings through rural Virginia to commiserate over the shortage of doctors, as well he might [NY Post]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.