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Around the web, December 16

  • Someone leaked SEIU's Employee Free Choice Act "cheat sheet" [Big Government via @Eric_B_Meyer]
  • "Shameful" prosecutorial misconduct, lack of evidence: judge tosses charges against last two defendants in Broadcom backdating case [AP, Ribstein]
  • "Date set for 'apartheid' class action" [Daily Dispatch, South Africa]
  • Chicago class action firm KamberEdelson has filed secondhand smoke suits against Wynn, Caesar's Palace casinos in Nevada [Las Vegas Sun]
  • "Qui Tam Suit Against University Nets $78.5 Million Settlement" [University of Phoenix; The Recorder]
  • A trend? Federal Circuit issues a third mandamus order removing patent case from E.D. Tex. [Alison Frankel, AmLaw] Update: et plus encore.
  • "UMass Trustees Approve Plan for Public Law School" [Above the Law, earlier]
  • Don't hesitate to donate food generously at this time of year, Congress and most states have enacted Good Samaritan liability immunities that should stand up [Matti Neustadt Storie, Food Liability Law]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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