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August 3rd, 2020

Judicial Hellholes Report Mentioned in Washington Post Feature

In the July 23 “Five Myths” Outlook feature, Professor Jay Feinman’s “Five myths about lawsuits” made a passing reference to the American Tort Reform Foundation’s annual Judicial Hellholes report. Professor Feinman offered legal analysis that surely would receive a failing grade should it be submitted to him by one of his students. To rebut the . . . → Read More: Judicial Hellholes Report Mentioned in Washington Post Feature

May 29th, 2012

ATRA Welcomes Georgia AG’s ‘Transparency’ Order

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens has been a true leader in Georgia and nationally on the need to set uniform standards for state hiring and management of outside contingency fee counsel. . . . → Read More: ATRA Welcomes Georgia AG’s ‘Transparency’ Order

May 18th, 2011

Georgia High Court Reverses Itself on Vaccines in Light of Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision

In light of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bruesewitz v. Wyeth LLC , Georgia’s highest court has put itself into contention for a “Points of Light” citation by vacating an earlier ruling that favored parents of autistic children over makers of childhood vaccines. . . . → Read More: Georgia High Court Reverses Itself on Vaccines in Light of Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision