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Blawg Review #221 Gets Complex
You wouldn't expect a simple Blawg Review from a site with a name like The Complex Litigator, and this week's Blawg Review #221 doesn't disappoint. It's anything but a simple summary of this week's past posts. Covering a wide swath of the blogosphere, this edition of the weekly "blog carnival" includes topics like the potential for Europe to adopt class action litigation; enforcement of contracts in China from the China Law Blog; the impact on health care providers of the FTC's latest red flag rules to combatt identity theft, posted at HealthBlawg (and also important for lawyers to understand); and a roundup of posts on the Sotomayor confirmation hearings, including a link to Volokh blogger Ilya Somin who gave testimony on Sotomayor's position on property rights.
Next week, Blawg Review #222 heads to IP Think Tank.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on July 20, 2009 at 02:54 PM | Permalink
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