Tort reform groups and lawyers representing some of the nation’s largest corporations are working with legislators in several states to draft amendments to consumer protection laws that would seek to curb what they see as a tide of costly class actions.

Tort reformers are looking to introduce proposed amendments as early as December in states with a history of large class certifications or high-dollar settlements and verdicts in consumer class actions, such as Massachusetts, Illinois and the District of Columbia.

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