Something big didn’t happen at the American Law Institute’s annual meeting on Tuesday: Consumers didn’t get screwed. At least not yet.

After sharp pushback from 24 state AGs, consumer advocates including Sen Elizabeth Warren, more than a dozen trade groups and even some stalwart business champions, the elite and highly influential group of 4,000-odd judges, legal scholars and lawyers postponed its draft restatement on consumer contracts.

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