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Trial Lawyers Inc.


  Trial Lawyers Inc.: Attorneys General
   A Report On The Alliance Between State AGs And The Plaintiffs' Bar 2011

 

Trial Lawyers Inc.: Attorneys General
A Message from the Director
Introduction: Tobacco
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Securities and Finance
Public Nuisance
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Leadership Team
Conclusion
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ARTICLES

State-Sponsored Lawsuits Are Trial Bar's New Cash Cow, James Copland, Washington Examiner, 10-25-11
Obama's CFPB Nominee Abused Private Attorney Contracting in Ohio, James Copland, Washington Examiner, 10-25-11


WEBCAST INTERVIEW

James Copland on Wall Street Journal Live
He discussed his new report, Trial Lawyers Inc.: Attorneys General on 10-27-11.


RADIO

James Copland appeared on the following radio programs to discuss his new report, Trial Lawyers Inc.: Attorneys General:
FM News Talk 97.1's "Randy Tobler Show," 10-29-11
WABC's "John Batchelor Show," 10-27-11
WTPL's "Bulldog Live with Brian Tilton," 10-26-11
SBA's "Small Business Advocate with Jim Blasingame," 10-26-11


VIRTUAL EVENT

Honorable Edwin Meese, James Copland, and Professor Lester Brickman discussed Trial Lawyers Inc: State Attorneys General in a nationwide conference call. View the event.


IN THE NEWS

Hood's No-Bid Contracts Criticized, Madison County Journal, 10-27-11
Report Details The Ties That Bind AGs, Trial Lawyers, Forbes, 10-25-11
Miller Denounces Report Ranking Him Among Friendliest To Trial Lawyers' Agenda, IowaPolitics.com, 10-25-11
Politics New Report Exposes Cozy Relationship Between State AGs and Trial Lawyers, The Blaze, 10-25-11
McGraw Criticized in National Report on State Attorneys General, West Virginia Watch Dog, 10-25-11
Hood Says Political Foe Abused His Office at DPS, Picayne Item, AP, 10-25-11
Report: Obama Nominee, Some AGs Too Close To Plaintiffs Bar, Legal News Line, 10-25-11
State Attorneys General Rake in Trial Lawyer Cash, Dole Out Contracts, Watchdog.org, 10-25-11

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California

Civil Justice Association of California

John H. Sullivan, President

www.cjac.org, (916) 443-4900


Manhattan Institute Center for Legal Policy

James R. Copland, Director and Senior Fellow
Peter W. Huber, Senior Fellow
Ted Frank, Adjunct Fellow
Marie Gryphon, Adjunct Fellow
Lester Brickman, Visiting Scholar
Richard A. Epstein, Visiting Scholar
(212) 599-7000

 

Tort Reform Organizations

American Justice Partnership
Dan Pero, President
www.americanjusticepartnership.org
(517) 371-5256

 

American Legislative Exchange Council
Amy Kjose, Director, Civil Justice Task Force
www.alec.org
(202) 466-3800

 

American Tort Reform Association
Sherman Joyce, President
www.atra.org
(202) 682-1163


Common Good
Phillip K. Howard, Founder and Chairman
cgood.org
(212) 576-2700

 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Institute for Legal Reform
Lisa A. Rickard, President
www.instituteforlegalreform.org
(202) 463-5724

 

Legal Organizations

Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies
Leonard Leo, Executive Vice President
www.fed-soc.org
(202) 822-8138

 

Lawyers for Civil Justice
Barry Bauman, Executive Director
www.lfcj.com
(202) 429-0045

 

Washington Legal Foundation
Daniel J. Popeo, Chairman and General Counsel
www.wlf.org
(202) 588-0302

Other Research Organizations

Cato Institute
Walter Olson, Senior Fellow
www.cato.org
(202) 789-5200

 

Competitive Enterprise Institute
Hans Bader, Counsel for Special Projects
cei.org
(202) 331-1010

 

George Mason Law and Economics Center
Henry N. Butler, Executive Director
www.masonlec.org
(703) 993-8040

 

Heritage Foundation
Hans A. von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow
www.heritage.org
(202) 675-1761

Pacific Research Institute
Lawrence J. McQuillan, Director, Business and Economic Studies
www.pacificresearch.org
(415) 989-0833

 

RAND Institute for Civil Justice
James N. Dertouzos, Director
www.rand.org/icj
(310) 451-6979

Other Experts

John H. Beisner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
(202) 371-7410
John C. Coffee, Columbia Law School
(212) 854-2194
John Fund, American Spectator
(703) 807-2011
Michael S. Greve, American Enterprise Institute
(202) 862-4874
Michael I. Krauss, George Mason University School of Law
(703) 993-8024
George L. Priest, Yale Law School
(203) 432-1630
Paul H. Rubin, Emory University
(404) 727-6365
Victor E. Schwartz, Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP
(202) 662-4886
Michael B. Wallace, Wise Carter Child & Caraway, P.A.
(601) 968-5500


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