Linkworthy (Stuff I’d Like To Blog About If I Only Had the Time)
Taxpayers get stuck with the bill when drug device manufacturers get immunity for defective products;
They kept insisting he was dead. (“That’s only air escaping his body.”) But the patient indicated otherwise. Who to sue?
And while I’m on the subject of New York governors, what did Eliot Spitzer get for $2,000/hr? Let’s just say, this is not entirely safe for work;
Prof. Geoffrey Stone debunks Chief Justice John Roberts‘ claim that umpires only call balls and strikes, in the op-ed section of the New York Times;
Roy Mura’s Coverage Counsel gets cited in a law review;
Melbourne, Florida Melbourne, Australia traffic officer sets a world record for giving out a parking ticket;
And while on the subject of booze…Beer with 32% alcohol? If your government doesn’t like it, maybe they will like the 1.1% beer named Nanny State;
A tiger goes tiger and kills a girl. Does the insurance company have to pony up in a wrongful death suit?
At Deliberations, under new ownership, a discussion of Homer Simpson, Fonzie, MacGyver and other holdout jurors;
If a brain injury is “mild,” is it serious? (And does it matter who’s brain it is?)
A million dollar verdict in New York gets tossed out. Was the plaintiff tossed from a roof?
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