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Project Lawsuit Abuse Newsmakers

Project Lawsuit Abuse Newsmakers
Tort reformers have been turning up all over the internet recently. We took the liberty of rounding up some of the standouts. You may recognize a few friends of Project Lawsuit Abuse in there. Here are some of the newsmakers from around the country.

Election Day Recap

Election Day has come and gone. For many of us, this offers a welcome relief from political ads and politicians asking for money. But it also means that there will be a lot of upcoming changes in the world of legal reform! Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look at some important election results that could impact legal climates around the country:

Lawsuit Abuse: A Bipartisan Issue

In the aftermath of Tuesday’s election, the nation may seem deeply divided between Democrats and Republicans. But while party labels have a lot of consequences, there is one issue on which Republicans and Democrats can agree: lawsuit abuse is a problem. A recent survey released by the American Tort Reform Association and Sick of Lawsuits found that members of both parties believe that there are too many frivolous lawsuits and that lawsuit abuse hurts the economy.

Happy Election Day

Voting for candidates and judges that support legal reform is one of the most important things you can do to stop lawsuit abuse. If you want to make a difference, remember to inform yourself about your candidates’ positions on legal reform, head to the polls, and encourage your friends and family to do the same!

To find out more about where your candidates stand on legal reform, click here.

To find information on polling locations and hours, click here

See you at the voting booth!

Project Lawsuit Abuse Newsmakers

Tort reformers have been turning up all over the internet recently. We took the liberty of rounding up some of the standouts. You may recognize a few friends of Project Lawsuit Abuse in there. Here are some of the newsmakers from around the country.

Trial lawyers who frequent the Supreme Court also financing pro-justices ads

Pay to Play in Florida?

On November 6, voters in Florida will decide whether to re-elect three Florida Supreme Court justices. While this retention election is typically a sleepy event, this year it’s shaping up to be a big deal. Why? Because trial lawyers are spending millions of dollars to keep these judges in power.

Don’t Let Trial Lawyers Choose Your Judges

Judges make a lot of important decisions on issues ranging from healthcare to speeding tickets. Judges can also impact state economies, depending on whether they decide to stand up to lawsuit abuse. But did you also know that activist judges can actually overturn commonsense legal reform measures put in place by state legislatures?

Perpetrator of Lawsuit Fraud Arrested

Paul Ceglia has spent the last two years pursuing a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming that founder Mark Zuckerberg promised him partial ownership of the company in a 2003 contract. Unsurprisingly, it turns out that Ceglia’s claims are entirely fraudulent, with authorities saying that Ceglia “doctored, fabricated and destroyed” evidence.

Project Lawsuit Abuse Newsmakers

Tort reformers have been turning up all over the internet recently. We took the liberty of rounding up some of the standouts. You may recognize a few friends of Project Lawsuit Abuse in there. Here are some of the newsmakers from around the country.

Lawsuit industry fueling Judy Cates’ court campaign

Get to Know Your Judges

Lately, Project Lawsuit Abuse has been reminding you about the importance of judicial elections. The fact is that judges have a huge impact on our lives – they can determine whether your city is a magnet for jobs or a magnet or lawsuits! Voters need to inform themselves about their judicial candidates and find out which ones will fight against lawsuit abuse and stand up to trial lawyers.