I just finished "The Litigators" yesterday. I have read most of Grisham"s books, and like them a lot, but I have often been disappointed in the endings. Not this one. A fine book, with a teaser for a newer book, "Calico Joe" at the end, which I hope to get soon--the teaser caught me!
I have always loved to read and almost always have a novel going. I prefer paperbacks, since they store easier and cost less. I don"t know how many I have, but LOTS. More all the time.
I use Krazy Glue and Super Glue for some things, and I have always thought they worked very well to glue things that fit together very tightly. They also work great for paper cuts or cracks in the ends of fingers, although that might not be an APPROVED use by the manufacturer.
Mass torts may have their place, but from what I have read about a few of them, most of the time the actual or alleged victim ends up getting almost nothing. My wife joined a lawsuit for a diet drug she had taken years ago, but in the screening that was done, the doctors decided that her heart had no damage. A relief that there was no damage, and she did not have to pay for the screening, but she did not receive a cent out of the deal. Which was probably justice. I do think that some people and some lawyers were successful in getting some money from the drug manufacturer.