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Around the web, July 15

  • Injury lawyer Eric Turkewitz blogs one of his trials, a car accident case, in seven parts [last post links to the earlier ones]
  • Joe Nocera, very often the best reason to read the NYT business section, has started blogging ["Executive Suite"]
  • Arkansas governor Mike Beebe, when attorney general of his state, "suggested to [public employee] retirement systems they had a fiduciary duty to" hire private lawyers to file big securities suits, so now they do [Democrat-Gazette courtesy U.S. Chamber ILR]
  • "Banana boomerang": Another weirdly tangled story of Nicaraguan pesticide injury being sued over in U.S. courts, this one involving Beaumont's Provost Umphrey, apparently different from the West Coast one that has gotten Girardi and Lack in such hot water [SE Texas Record]
  • ADA sometimes obliges employer to accommodate disability even when employee does not ask for that to be done, rules Second Circuit panel in Wal-Mart case [NYLJ]
  • "The SEC's Inglorious Role in Limiting Small Business's Access to Capital" [Campbell, Jr., Fed Soc's Engage]



Rafael Mangual
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Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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