Mich Ct App holds that absolute FDA approval defense in
product l ...
David M Wagner
daviwag at REGENT.EDU
Wed Feb 20 16:59:41 PST 2002
But here, Republican-leaning observers may be split: tort reform buffs will
be dismayed, but nondelegation buffs will be delighted.
David M. Wagner
Regent University School of Law
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Subject: Re: Mich Ct App holds that absolute FDA approval defense in
product l ...
There have been many bizarre rulings striking down various tort reform
laws on state constitutional grounds, most of which can be explained by the
fact that the laws were passed by Republican legislatures and considered by
Democratic justices. I don't know if that's true in this particular case,
In a message dated 2/20/2002 4:08:18 PM Eastern Standard Time,
crossf at MAIL.UTEXAS.EDU writes:
I noticed this case and thought it interesting. I think it was under
state constitution, with which I'm unfamiliar. Still, the reasoning
pretty bizarre. When a legislature adopts a court ruling statutorily,
would the court strike that down for unlawful delegation?
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