23 July 2009

Let's Get Complex

Life is complex; litigation is complex; this week at least, Blawg Review is complex. If you've not yet taken a look at Blawg Review #221, hosted this week by H. Scott Leviant at The Complex Litigator blog. Leviant is generous in his praise for the carnival's recent hosts and his effort acquits him quite well, measuring up to those hosts' high standards. This is a beautifully-written and highly readable Blawg Review and one of my favorites this year. Highlights include addressing France's hamster issues, arguing the Constitutionality of punitive damages in class action suits, and considering the Arab-Israeli Conflict as a real estate transaction. Next week's edition will be hosted by Duncan Bucknell at his IP Think Tank blog.

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