From the AP: "WASHINGTON -- The American Association for Justice, a trade group representing trial lawyers, spent more than $1.1 million in the first quarter to lobby on medical malpractice liability and other issues, according to a disclosure form. The organization, whose members represent plaintiffs in personal injury, product liability and other tort cases, also lobbied in favor of legislation that would prohibit mandatory binding arbitration clauses in consumer and other contracts." You can read the report here.
The Issues Being Lobbied
- The Carlyle IPO
- "The Senate's Lawsuit Factory"
- What pro-business bias? (continued)
- Social media at sunrise: new tools for suing people
- What is it about Montana politicians and the trial lawyers?
- Presenter for trial lawyers: Director of Alabama Securities Commission
- Trial lawyers lobbying heavily to block federal medical liability reform
- Defibrillate or litigate?
- The House medical liability reform bill comes in, unfrivolously
- Getting an early-morning start on all that litigation
- Progressives and Charlie Crist, floating along in Florida
- Let a thousand whistleblowers bloom -- and their lawyers' fees, too
- ATRA releases its latest 'Judicial Hellholes' report
- No omnibus, but sneakiness looms as Congress leaves
- In New York City, with shopping and litigation on the agenda
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