Finger on the Pulse: From Our Blogroll and Beyond

  • Bill introduced for nationwide mandatory biotech food labeling (FDA Law Blog)
  • Judge rejects new theory of “harm” in online privacy class action (Class Defense)
  • Dispute between qui tam relator and his lawyer results in ruling increasing incentives for false claims qui tam suits (Original Source)
  • Congress examines growing practice of activist groups suing federal agencies, which in turn agree to quick settlement, creating new regulations without public input (RegBlog)
  • Claims that the Supreme Court is “pro-business” surface again, refuted again (Volokh Conspiracy)
  • Former FTC official’s study indicates that pooling of patents may have anticompetitive effects (
  • Accepting that Proposition 65 has inspired “unscrupulous lawyers driven by profit rather than public health,” California governor proposes “updates” to the notorious law (Consumer Advertising Law Blog)

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