February 7 roundup

  • “The rate of litigation is simply so much greater in the U.S., it is understandable why [foreign firms] feel as though they have a target on their backs.” [Richard Levick, Forbes]
  • Don’t forget: at noon Eastern tomorrow (Thursday) I’m hosting Lenore Skenazy (Free-Range Kids) and Dara Lind (Vox) at Cato to talk about problems with the sex offender registry. You can watch online here. Background here and here;
  • Regulators don’t always enforce all the regulations on their books. Yes, and? [Aaron Nielson] And the Encyclopedia of Libertarianism, now free online, has an article on Regulation by Michael Munger;
  • “Is your child texting about partisan gerrymandering?…” My bit of Twitter humor [Free State Notes]
  • Lawyer seeks injunction against specific part of rapper’s masculine anatomy [Deborah Horne, KIRO]
  • The next generation of libertarian thinkers, leaders, and advocates are part of the Cato Institute internship program [promotional video]

February 7 roundup is a post from Overlawyered – Chronicling the high cost of our legal system

Source: https://www.overlawyered.com/

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