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It’s time for real tort reform.
Not ill-advised “caps”—with fraudulent or exaggerated cases still making it into the court system while legitimate, egregious instances of wrongdoing become arbitrarily limited in the process, or the repeal of century-old protections for laborers to further line the pockets of real estate developers as construction jobs become only more perilous.
No, it’s time for nothing less than a sea-change in the policies that currently govern the practice of law…
(continue to the full post on the web site Medium, where you can also weigh in).
This piece is offered in tandem with a more robust work entitled “A Retort to Tort Reform,” which appears below: