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How do you define “meritless”?

Great Tortellini post:

How do you define "meritless"?

Here's a question: If a plaintiff loses a lawsuit in court, does that automatically mean the case was bogus? That's what AEI's Ted Frank seems to be suggesting in his comments from a few days ago. As evidence, he pointed to Bill Lerach's shareholder class action against the big banks and financial institutions that aided and abetted the Enron fraud, which was decertified by the 5th Circuit Monday. (keep reading)

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Presumably Mr. Frank's response, in which he redescribes for careless readers the actual content of his post, will be cross-posted here?

Posted by: Joe Bingham | March 26, 2007 11:33 AM

Ted is no stranger to the forums here at Tortdeform. If he wishes to comment upon this post, I'm sure he will.

Posted by: Justinian Lane | March 28, 2007 2:06 PM