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Around the web, June 27

  • Mark McKinnon, "All arbitration is not created equal" [National Journal "Hotline on Call"]
  • They owe it to themselves: "Conn. Supreme Court Orders Trash Utility to Pay Towns $36 Million", though the utility's a quasi-public entity run as a consortium of towns [Connecticut Law Tribune]
  • Statute of limitations was just one problem for these Zyprexa plaintiffs, another was how obviously the drug had done well for them [Beck & Herrmann]
  • Mark Geistfeld (NYU) on products liability & consumer choice [SSRN, Mass Tort Prof]
  • "BPA is the 'Toxin du Jour,' Banning It Means Lawsuits Tout de Suite" [California Civil Justice, Elizabeth Whelan/Forbes]
  • With ABA support, Congress hastens to strip away funding curbs on federal Legal Services class actions and law-reform efforts [ABA Journal]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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