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Made in the U.S.A. and dead in the California Assembly?

Questions remain about the purpose, future and mission behind former Assembly Bill 2827

Private attorney general lawsuits are ‘absurd’ and ‘out of control,’ say reformers

The 2004 law – which gives any private citizen the right to act as an attorney general in any municipality or county - was enacted to prevent employers from shorting workers’ pay and other labor law violations. But now, its use is “out of control,” according to Kim Stone, president of Civil Justice Association of California (CJAC).