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Washington Examiner editorials

This is a series of editorials on legal reform I contributed to the Washington Examiner from May 2005 througyh May 2006.


School for sharks finally gets bit itself (May 24, 2006)

Chamber of Commerce goes after trial lawyers (May 18, 2006)

Lead paint con may be coming to Maryland next (April 28, 2006)

One way to keep medical costs down (April 10, 2006)

Bad lawyers, doctors cheat for profit (March 21, 2006)

We all pay for excessive jury awards (March 6, 2006)

Blind to the First Amendment? (February 20, 2006)

Controlling the 1-800-SUE-THEM lawyers (February 13, 2006)

A fairer way to settle asbestos cases (February 6, 2006)

Business courts point way to reform (January 30, 2006)

Goofy product warnings are just a symptom (January 19, 2006)

Jurors don't always know all the facts (January 5, 2006)

Judicial activism opens up legal hellholes (December 27, 2005)

Legal profession fails its own ethical test (December 19, 2005)

Losing our capacity for civil discourse (December 13, 2005)

One judge starts draining fetid legal swamp (November 22, 2005)

Hollow victimization claims clog courts (November 8, 2005)

If you eat too much, don't blame McD's (November 1, 2005)

Blame the terrorists, not their victims (October 31, 2005)

Abusive lawsuits erode American values (October 24, 2005)

Using the law to loot insurance companies (September 28, 2005)

New rule would curb excessive legal fees (September 20, 2005)

Specialized medical courts should try complex cases (September 9, 2005)

Texas judge uncovers thousands of bogus claims (August 24, 2005)

Predatory lawsuits target legal businesses (August 11, 2005)

Asbestos lawyers' scam pollutes justice system (July 21, 2005)

Cracking down on frivolous lawsuits (July 13, 2005)

Medical honesty is the best policy (June 29, 2005)

Putting a lid on D.C.'s malpractice (June 17, 2005)

Courthouse insiders sell short and sue (May 31, 2005)

One man, one lawsuit (May 17, 2005)

Asbestos feeding frenzy must end (May 9, 2005)

Curbs on trial lawyers overdue (May 3, 2005)