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August 17, 2004

Rx: tougher sanctions

American Business Journals reports on the federal legislation introduced by Rep. Lamar Smith that would strengthen sanctions against wrongful litigation (see Jun. 21). The National Federation of Independent Business is strongly in favor (PDF), as are the U.S. Chamber and ATRA. Victor Schwartz testified in favor (PDF) For more on the bill, see Overlawyered, Jun. 21.

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