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Texans For Lawsuit Reform Speaks Out On Plaintiff Bar Scandals Chairman Says Recent Convictions Undermine Public Trust in Civil Justice System AUSTIN, Texas, Jul 14, 2008 (PrimeNewswire via COMTEX) — Texans for Lawsuit Reform Chairman Richard W. Weekley spoke out on the wave of malfeasance among personal injury trial lawyers, saying recent […]
July 22nd, 2008 | Tags: Accountability, Law, Lawsuit Reform, Lawyers, litigation, Politics, Texans for Lawsuit Reform, Texas Law, Tort Reform | Category: Accountability, Insurance, Law, Lawsuit Reform, Lawyers, Politics, Texans for Lawsuit Reform, Texas, Texas Law, Texas Politics, Tort Reform | One comment
Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) director IA Rehman told the BBC that Pakistan was in danger of becoming a “Gestapo state” if such disappearances were to go unchecked.
Human rights workers in Pakistan have demanded the release of one of their leading workers who they say has been detained by government officials. […]
November 13th, 2007 | Category: Accountability, Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Bhutto, Human Rights Watch, Javed Ibrahim Paracha, Lawyers, Middle East, Musharraf, Muslims, Nafisa Hoodbhoy, Pakistan, policy, Politics, profiteers, Propaganda, Rashid Rehman, Revolution, South East Asia, state of emergency, Taliban, terrorists, US State Department, War on Terror, World Order | 3 comments
Official Washington loves the word “stealth.”
At least that’s how the nation’s trial lawyers view the Bush administration’s increasing use of federal health and safety regulations in defense of manufacturers trying to fend off multimillion-dollar liability claims from consumers in state courts.
The fine print of a 2006 Food and Drug Administration rule […]
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