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Around the web, April 3

  • Jury awards $1.3 million to financial advisor after Wachovia wouldn't take him back after military service [Hartford Courant, Daniel Schwartz]
  • Texas Senate considers asbestos reform rollback [Overlawyered]
  • Paint companies await decision on Rhode Island lawsuit cost reimbursement [AP/Boston Globe via Genova]
  • "Plaintiffs firms still hiring for securities class actions" [The Recorder]
  • More high-profile exposure for Philip Howard's proposal to establish nonjury medical liability courts [NYT, WSJ law blog]
  • Church abuse suit: I'm suing you again because I shouldn't have settled with you the first time [Seattle Times]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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