"This paper recaps important legal developments in the civil justice movement that occurred in 2014. Part I focuses on broad trends, Part II provides an overview of new legislation, and Part III highlights court cases from across the country that either strike down previously adopted reforms or adopt novel legal theories of interest to reformers."
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Tuesday, April 28, 2015
2014 Civil Justice Update
White Paper by Emily Kelchen at the Federalist Society