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November 23, 2004

Toward loser-pays in California?

This reader (Charles R. Landau) thinks a couple of simple amendments to the state's offer of judgment provisions would be enough to do the trick. I haven't enough evidence to offer an opinion, myself.

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Loser Pays



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