Attorney Robert Peck and his nine law firm partners at the Center for Constitutional Litigation in Washington look like average plaintiffs lawyers when they walk into courtrooms around the country, but they’re not.

They are the lawyers to trial lawyers nationwide, fighting “tort reform.” The center’s attorneys are on retainer for the trial lawyers’ trade group, the American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) and pursue cases to overturn state and federal laws that they allege rob Americans of legal redress.

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