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September 29th, 2016

Costly New Anti-Arbitration Rule Aimed at Nursing Homes Is Administration’s Latest Gift to Trial Lawyers

Noting the extraordinary influence that wealthy plaintiffs’ lawyers have wielded throughout the executive branch during President Obama’s eight years in office, the American Tort Reform Association today called a new rule prohibiting the use of arbitration clauses in contracts between nursing homes and those they serve “the administration’s latest gift to Democrats’ most reliably generous campaign donors” . . . → Read More: Costly New Anti-Arbitration Rule Aimed at Nursing Homes Is Administration’s Latest Gift to Trial Lawyers

April 20th, 2012

ABA Disputes CFPB’s Assertion of Authority to View Lenders’ Attorney-Client ‘Work Product’

The American Bar Association is disputing the controversial Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s assertion that it has the authroity to view the internal communications between the entities it regulates and those entities’ attorneys . . . → Read More: ABA Disputes CFPB’s Assertion of Authority to View Lenders’ Attorney-Client ‘Work Product’