Lawyers on a panel sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s legal arm said Wednesday that they want to find better ways to investigate and sanction trial lawyers for alleged misconduct.

The lawyers, all specializing in tort defense, expressed frustration with how courts and state bar regulators have handled misconduct cases in recent years. The handling of such cases varies widely among states, they said, given that misconduct is almost always addressed at the state level.

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