Do You Know Where Your Candidates Stand on Lawsuit Reform?

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Texas, which once had the biggest lawsuit abuse problem in the country, is now a leader in the lawsuit reform movement.  The changes made have helped: Create and retain jobs Small employers flourish Bring greater balance and fairness to our courts Improve access to health care, especially in many underserved areas of the state The […]

Statewide Virtual Summit: Pandemic Liability Lawsuits

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On Wednesday, October 7, 2020, at 2 pm, Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) of Central Texas is hosting a virtual policy summit on pandemic liability lawsuits in conjunction with Bay Area CALA and CALA RGV. RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pandemic-liability-lawsuits-growing-covid-19-litigation-update-on-reform-tickets-121388507293

Pandemic for Profit

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From Texans for Lawsuit Reform As the U.S. continues to deal with the widespread effects of COVID-19, it’s clear no industry is immune to the pandemic’s wrath—including law firms. But do all of these law firms really need to dig into the government wallet? Some of the largest personal injury firms in the nation (many […]

Senator Cornyn Introduces COVID Liability Protection Legislation

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By George Christian, General Counsel, Texas Civil Justice League  Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) has introduced legislation to shield businesses, health care providers, schools, non-profit organizations, and other entities from liability for personal injury claims allegedly caused by exposure to the novel coronavirus. The Act applies to injuries from alleged exposure occurring between December 1, 2019, […]

Bexar County civil court will be the pilot for virtual jury trials

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Our “new normal” is bringing many changes, but one thing hasn’t changed: the importance that jury participation plays in our judicial system. In August, Bexar County will serve as the test case for holding virtual jury trials in Texas. Officials with the 57th Civil District Court, along with the Texas Supreme Court and Texas Office of Court Administration, have been brainstorming on how […]