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The oldest law blog, skewers everything litigious. From . Also check out our editor's other account, .
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overlawyered 3h
Trimming back the “regulatory thicket”
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Elizabeth Chamblee Burch 16h
Many thanks to for profiling my new book. If podcasts are more your speed, I discuss my main findings with of Good Law Bad Law.
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Daily Report Jul 19
University of Georgia law prof. has written a page-turning expose making the case that lawyers are enriching themselves at the expense of their clients in high-stakes, bet-the-company products liability cases.
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overlawyered 17h
“It is important to emphasize that ‘Belgium 1926’ signifies the place and year of the company’s founding,” the company said in a statement. “It does not imply that a product purchased today was made in Belgium nearly one hundred years ago.”
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overlawyered 18h
Schools roundup
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overlawyered Jul 21
Pennsylvania special: muzzle a critic for about $300
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overlawyered Jul 20
Omit a letter, spoil a website
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Daniel Fisher Jul 19
Choi, Erickson, Pritchard assembles strong evidence plaintiff lawyers pad their bills in big securities cases to justify higher fees.
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Walter Olson Jul 18
Replying to @overlawyered
I've long gathered "do as we say" stories at : a running theme is politicians, law firms and federal agencies that crusade against wage underpayment or discrimination and then wind up paying out settlements for those same things,
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Scott Lincicome Jul 19
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overlawyered Jul 19
“The bribery of a judge may be the worst break of the public's trust in government” -- south Texas judge convicted in corruption case
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overlawyered Jul 19
Liability roundup
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Yale Law School Jul 18
Writing , discusses Professor Nick Parrillo and his work studying the issue of agency guidance.
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Walter Olson Jul 18
As one who wrote about the silicone litigation at the time, I agree that has nothing to apologize for about her bankruptcy work for Dow Corning. Move on to better criticisms, please.
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overlawyered Jul 18
Now you’re (not) cooking with gas
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overlawyered Jul 18
Restraining regulation by guidance document
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overlawyered Jul 17
Supreme Court roundup
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Walter Olson Jul 16
Don’t look now, but there’s been progress at reining in the problem of government by Dear Colleague letter (my ]
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Jack Fowler Jul 10
Report on the important amicus briefs filed on behalf of petition for cert writ in our critical case against
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overlawyered Jul 16
“Music that changed the law”
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