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Approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, the class action bill is close to a floor vote, giving opponents such as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America one final chance to derail it.
Shattering Reform Myths Identifying and debunking some of the myths � perpetrated by both sides of the debate � that surround Congress’ impending reform of class actions. Conjuring a New Reality The Association of Trial Lawyers of America has been losing the public relations battle with business groups that claim lawyers are to blame for frivolous and expensive lawsuits. Enter Jon Haber, the former head of public relations firm Fleishman-Hillard. Maybe he’ll have better luck fixing ATLA’s image than he did promoting Howard Dean’s.

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