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“As I’ve said before, this war has been overlawyered, which is not to say it has been well-lawyered.”
“What will ensure that the new entity will not be overlawyered?”
“On the "thoughtful moderate" side is Lieberman's view on tort reform, reports overlawyered. com.”
“The perfect match for this lawsuit might be Walter Olson, the editor of overlawyered. com - or if you will, he quipped, "disharmony. com.”
“Are there others unable to access overlawyered.com?”
“I read this via overlawyered a couple of days ago.”
“First, via overlawyered.com, I saw the Flathead Valley Police Blotter, which is the police and crime beat for the Flathead Beacon in Kalispell, Montana, chroniclingsuch small town events as those documented on December 15:”
“Calling the suit "petty" and "trivial," Judge Diane Sykes wrote: "Lawsuits like this one ... contribute to the impression that Americans are an overlawyered and excessively litigious people.”
“Others saw the lawyer CEO as reflective of an overlawyered and over-regulated post-Enron business climate.”
“However, even without reading it, whether the GWOT has been overlawyered, and the effects of that are worthy of serious discussion — something I see little of in many of the comments.”
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