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Around the web, November 21

  • Big news in asbestos: Wayne County, Mich. judge throws out medical opinions by prolific Lansing internist Michael Kelly [Free Press, earlier]
  • Law is what they say it is dept.: Oklahoma high court tosses out another chunk of liability reform, this time on statute of limitations in medical liability suits [Journal Record]
  • Doing well at institutional reform litigation: high court urged to review $10.5 million fee in Georgia foster care case [Fulton County Daily Report, earlier]
  • Lawsuit against Detroit police department seeks entitlement to light-duty accommodation for pregnant employees [Workplace Prof Blog]
  • Patent lawyer rule of thumb: "if the inventors are all B.A.'s and J.D., it's looking grim." [John Steele, Legal Ethics Forum]
  • Newish California program monitoring individual "chemical biomarkers" has implications for litigation [Beck & Herrmann, CalBizLit]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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