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The Litigation Crisis Myth: The Economics of Reform

Recently Justinian Lane, a Michigan technology consultant who does trial presentations, published an article in the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), Trial magazine about the real economics of the “tort reform�? movement. Lane pointed out that in a thorough examination of the so-called “litigation crisis�? that business groups, politicians, and insurance companies are crying about, that economic arguments actually work in favor of preserving the justice system.
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