Civil defense and corporate lawyers outlined their wish list for tort reform at a recent forum held by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce but hinted their legislative strategy would be to go slow in pushing for their agenda.

House Judiciary Non-Civil Committee Chairman Rich Golick, R-Smyrna, indicated he’s not looking for a war with the plaintiffs bar this session and urged the defense bar to talk to the plaintiffs bar and seek a consensus on any changes.

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