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Labor Day and the Working Class: Warshauer Woodward Atkins’ Commitment to Workplace Justice

Aug 24, 2023

Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September in the United States, has a profound connection with the working class. It...

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Unpacking Tort Reform: Insurance Companies Win, Public Suffers

Aug 23, 2023

Tort Reform: A Cloak for Insurance Interests or Genuine Public Concern? The James McGuckin Case Study The term "tort reform" often masquerades...

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AAJ 75th Anniversary

Jun 9, 2023

"As the American Association for Justice (AAJ) commemorates its 75th Anniversary, leaders discuss the impact of of AAJ, historically, presently, and on...

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Martin Luther King Jr., the 7th Amendment, and Personal Injury

Jan 16, 2023

Martin Luther King Jr. sought change through the use of the 7th Amendment Martin Luther King Jr. was perhaps the most pivotal...

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5 Reasons Why Restricting Contingency Fees is Bad

Oct 31, 2022

  Why Restricting Contingency Fees is Bad for You! I want to tell you why restricting contingency fees is a bad for...

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