Speakers at a symposium targeted tort reform and contracts requiring arbitration as evidence that “war” was being waged against the United States civil justice system.

The panelists at the symposium, held Oct. 15 at Emory University School of Law, did debate whether the word “war” was appropriate. Even the title of the event, “The ‘War’ on the Civil Justice System,” put the word in quotation marks.

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