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Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse says arbitration could reduce costs of San Francisco city worker lawsuits

By Karen Kidd | Apr 9, 2019

The more than $90 million San Francisco has paid out in city employee lawsuits over about a dozen years points up why arbitration agreements are so important, a tort reform advocate said during a recent interview.

Small business often hurt by serial plaintiffs in ADA violation suits, expert says

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2018

LOS ANGELES – Companies throughout California have been suffering due to the occurrence of serial plaintiffs, individuals hired to find violations of requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act, yet these lawsuits are doing little to further the cause of justice and may in fact be hurting the local economies, attorneys say.

California’s chief justice applauds governor’s court funding, calls for civil justice reform measures

By Kristin Emery | Apr 2, 2018

SACRAMENTO – Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye addressed changes in California’s civil justice system during her annual address to a joint session of the California Legislature while also praising funding for the courts in Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget.

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