Finger on the Pulse: From Our Blogroll and Beyond

  • Ascertainability problems in class actions (a Legal Pulse favorite) normally indicate other concerns with a class (Class Action Countermeasures)
  • Two arguments all class action targets dragged into “Judicial Hellholes®” should be making (Class Defense)
  • Ramifications of the Supreme Court’s EME Homer ruling (Point of Law)
  • Despite rejection by voters on Proposition 37, California Senate’s Judiciary Committee approves mandatory genetically-modified food labeling bill (Private Surgeon General)
  • FDA’s proposed tobacco regulations provide more questions than answers (Product Liability Monitor)
  • Bird lovers vs. wind farm supporters and Interior Department on agency issuance of “take” permit for killing eagles (Volokh Conspiracy)
  • Do Supreme Court decisions on award of attorneys’ fees in patent cases render congressional bills on subject obsolete? (FOSS Patents)
  • Are animal agriculture operations “landfills” under RCRA? Activist suits vs. dairy farms may lead to that (Ag/FDA Blog)
  • Vancouver, Canada declares regulatory war on doorknobs; will regulators (and lawyers) here follow suit? (Cato @ Liberty)

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