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Around the web, December 21

  • Peter Schuck's "legislative checklist" is terrific idea for reducing needless litigation -- but of course it assumes that lawmakers want to make laws clear [WSJ law blog]
  • Are New Hampshire's med-mal screening panels working? [TortsProf; earlier here and here]
  • "NERA Releases Year-End Securities Litigation Report", on pace to reach ten-year high [D&O Diary]
  • Nothing much came of dire predictions after California extension of common carrier liability to roller coasters [TortsProf]
  • Altria anti-preemption result: what does it bode for Wyeth v. Levine? [Beck & Herrmann, Hills/Prawfsblawg]
  • Ongoing Federal Judicial Center study of CAFA (Class Action Fairness Act) [Consumer Law & Policy, Thomas Willging and again]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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