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April 27, 2011 9:14 PM


This is getting extremely frustrating. I just finished writing up my thoughts on Concepcion, and came over here to expand on how Justice Scalia's opinion offers some insight on where the Supreme Court may go in ruling on the Rule 23(b)(2) "back pay" issue.  And you've already talked about it, both here, and at your own blog.

This is not the first time you've done this to me.  So let me at least ask: could you have the decency to get something wrong when you scoop me?  Just a morsel to disagree with.  That's all I ask.  




Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute

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