Monday, March 15, 2010

Health Care Reform's Fate Hinges on Civil Procedure "Whiz"

This weekend's New York Times piece Parliamentarian in Role as Health Bill Referee begins with the following story from Alan S. Frumin's law school days:

"To his classmates, one trait stood out. He was a whiz at mastering the mind-numbing rules of civil procedure. Today, Mr. Frumin puts his procedural acumen to use as the parliamentarian of the United States Senate."

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(Hat Tip: Suzanna Sherry)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/civpro/2010/03/fate-of-health-care-reform-hinges-on-civil-procedure-whiz.html

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