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Around the web, November 2

  • Sued if you do dept.: electronic discovery obligations imposed in U.S. litigation may force targets to violate other countries' privacy laws [IP Mag/Law.com]
  • Washington Post article on political struggle over state court races draws much blog comment [via Technorati]
  • "He's not a lawyer, call us if he's represented you": hardball TV ad [ABA Journal, Texas Lawyer]
  • With claims experience improving, Maryland's biggest med-mal insurer no longer needs subsidies -- but should it pay back the ones it got? [Baltimore Sun]
  • Illinois's Lakin Law Firm and Freed & Weiss have battled each other in court all year, which doesn't mean they can't team up to sue insurer [MC Record]
  • Juries sometimes side with defendants in "take-home" asbestos cases blaming cancer on family members' dusty clothing [Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat]
  • When it comes to the (somewhat misnamed) issue of mandatory retirement, European law isn't as Utopian/interventionist as ours in the U.S. [Fox]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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