Elsewhere in the Legal Blogosphere ...
Among legal news from around the blogosphere today:
- In a lawsuit by "A Civil Action" lawyer Jan Schlictmann seeking $9 million in legal fees, the Massachusetts Appeals Court has tossed a motion to dismiss based on the state anti-SLAPP statute.
- MinnLawyer blog posts video interviews with the deans of the four Minnesota law schools, discussing such topics as law students' economic prospects, law school rankings and the future of legal education.
- TortsProf Blog reports that a woman hopes to collect some dough after getting sick from eating uncooked Nestle chocolate-chip cookie dough.
- Jurors in rape cases have a poor understanding of how victims might react and of the injuries they might sustain, according to Expert Witness Blog.
- The Integreon blog fills us in on what law firms think about legal outsourcing, based on a May ValueNotes report, "Legal Services Outsourcing: What Do Law Firms Think?"
- The blog On the Record reports that the first lawsuit has been filed to come out of the recent D.C. Metro crash.
- Good news for plaintiffs yet to file product liability claims against General Motors, but bad news for those who have already filed claims.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on June 29, 2009 at 04:01 PM | Permalink
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