Whatever sympathy judges may hold for lawyers feeling unfairly taxed to help doctors pay exorbitant malpractice insurance premiums, it is no constitutional concern, a New Jersey appeals court says.
But the State Bar Association has decided to continue its fight against the state’s $75 annual assessment on lawyers to finance a physician-assistance fund.
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