CJAC: Civil Justice Association of California

Plaintiffs' Lawyers

Plaintiffs' Lawyers Aim to Overturn Supreme Court Ruling on Medical Damages

By Todd Roberson on 02/27/2012 @ 02:00 PM

Tags: Legislature, Plaintiffs Lawyers

As expected, a plaintiffs' lawyer-backed bill to undo last year's California Supreme Court ruling in Howell v. Hamilton Meats has been introduced by Senate President Pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento).

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Plaintiffs' Lawyer Gives Award to Judge With Case Pending in His Courtroom

By Todd Roberson on 12/22/2011 @ 10:48 AM

Tags: Plaintiffs Lawyers

Last Thursday the Daily Journal (www.dailyjournal.com – subscription required) ran an article worthy of attention – “Award for LA judge spurs ethics debate.” The Daily Journal’s Ciaran McEvoy reports that a Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge named Mark Mooney received a “Trial Judge of the Year” award in January from the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA).

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CJAC Op-Ed on Orange County D.A. and Plaintiffs' Attorneys

By Todd Roberson on 10/27/2011 @ 11:48 PM

Tags: Plaintiffs Lawyers

We continue to draw attention to the Orange County district attorney's office partnering with plaintiffs' attorneys, as it has made a new agreement with famed plaintiffs' attorney Tom Girardi, that it has not yet released, for the prosecution of Toyota over unintended acceleration claims.

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Governor Derails Plaintiffs' Attorneys Agenda

By Todd Roberson on 10/11/2011 @ 11:48 PM

Tags: Legal Climate, Legislature, Plaintiffs Lawyers

Governor Jerry Brown had until the end of Sunday to sign or veto bills introduced this year in the Legislature, and so we've now come to the end of the first year of the two-year legislative cycle. With a new Democratic Administration at the helm going into 2011, there was great uncertainty over what this Legislature and Governor would do after six years of a Republican Administration.

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Trial Lawyer-Backed Health Care Regulation Bill Dead For The Year

By Kim Stone on 09/01/2011 @ 11:48 PM

Tags: Legal Climate, Legislature, Plaintiffs Lawyers

Yesterday Assemblyman Mike Feuer (D-Los Angeles) announced that he would not be moving forward with Assembly Bill 52 this year due to a lack of support in the State Senate. We are extremely pleased that legislators have recognized the major flaws of this proposal.

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More on Orange County D.A.'s Fee Agreement

By Todd Roberson on 08/15/2011 @ 11:48 PM

Tags: Attorneys Fees, Plaintiffs Lawyers

Over the weekend the Orange County Register ran a follow-up story on the Orange County D.A.'s release of its fee agreement with a plaintiffs' attorneys firm - D.A.'s deal with for-profit law firm: Bad Public Policy?

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Victory: Orange County D.A. releases contingency fee agreement

By Kim Stone on 08/12/2011 @ 11:48 PM

Tags: Attorneys Fees, Plaintiffs Lawyers

At our urging, the Orange County District Attorney's Office finally released its contingency fee agreement with a plaintiffs' attorneys law firm.

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CJAC Issues Public Records Request for Orange County D.A.'s Contingency Fee Agreement

By Todd Roberson on 08/09/2011 @ 11:00 AM

Tags: Attorneys Fees, Plaintiffs Lawyers

Today CJAC sent a public records request to the Orange County District Attorney's office regarding the fee agreement it entered into with the Robinson, Calcagnie & Robinson law firm (a plaintiffs' attorneys firm) to prosecute the unintended acceleration claims against Toyota. The Orange County Register previously filed a public records request over this contract, which the D.A.'s office rejected in March of 2010. CJAC's request, which you can read here, explains why we disagree with the D.A.'s claim that the contract does not have to be released to the public.

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Op-Ed: Prop. 65 Bounty Hunters Hurt Small Businesses

By Todd Roberson on 08/08/2011 @ 11:48 PM

Tags: Plaintiffs Lawyers, Proposition 65

In last Friday's issue of the San Jose Mercury News, an op-ed by the President & CEO of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, Henry Alford, discusses the impact of plaintiff's attorneys taking advantage of California's Proposition 65.

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