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Legal Examiner Articles
Mark Bello takes the US Chamber of Commerce to task for their "frivolous" survey – the 2012 State Liability Systems Ranking Study.
Michael Stratton wonders about the way we get our food and has me hoping against an alien invasion.
Patrick Quinlan asks "When did it become OK to attack firefighters and police officers?"
On the 11th anniversary of 9/11, Andrew Cocran wanted people to remember terror victims' constitutional rights.
Was the Michigan Supreme Court ruling in Johnson v. Recca contradictory to another ruling from eight years ago? Steven Gursten thinks so.
Elsewhere around the Web
So, basically, at the end of the day, crutch words are, like, bad? (Atlantic Wire)
How do you engage clients? Brian Tannebaum offers some tips. (Above the Law)
Max Kennerly links problems with Pradaxa to forgotten lessons of the Thalidomide crisis.
Should each law firm involved in a class action lawsuit be required to "document exactly how much time they spent on the case and how much they expect to be paid for their work"? Daniel Fisher thinks so. (Forbes)
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