The American Bar Association House of Delegates is expected to take up some contentious issues at the ABA's annual meeting. But one controversy has served as a prelude to this week's events in Honolulu, as infighting among the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section has resulted in the group pulling a tort-reform measure. The proposal has created a sharp divide among members and, at least in one case, between a huge corporate client and its outside law firms as well.
Tort Reform Plan Causes Rough Surf at ABA Meeting
The National Law Journal
August 1, 2006
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