CJRA

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CJRACivil Justice Reform Act
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The goal of the talks will be to reinstall features of the Civil Justice Reform Act.
(166) Reforms of discovery imposed since the enactment of the Civil Justice Reform Act have done little to abate that political movement that wishes to reduce the legal expenses of businesses and the effectiveness of private enforcement of laws that they would prefer not to obey.
(124.) Press Release, PR Newswire, Importance of Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990 Stressed by the Business Roundtable (Jan.
The popular name of Title I is the Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990.
[20] Unfortunately, the rule revision entities seemed to withdraw this proposed amendment out of deference for contemporaneous experimentation involving expense and delay reduction techniques under the Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990.
517, 519 (1998) (finding that "experimentation undertaken pursuant to the Civil Justice Reform Act and the 1993 rules amendments has resulted in a balkanization of discovery rules such that discovery procedures among the ninety-four districts of the country are diverse"); Thomas E.
The future for the Rose Law Firm, and every other law practice in the state, will be different thanks to the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003.
The Arkansas General Assembly recently reversed 60 years of Arkansas tort law with the passage of the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003.
The General Assembly passed Act 649 of this year, termed The Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003, an act embracing all tort lawsuits where liability accrues after Governor Huckabee's signature on March 25.
Mike Huckabee can be counted on to sign the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003 into law.
But the nursing homes aren't waiting to see if House Bill 1038, the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003, will survive.
THE PROMISED TORT REFORM legislation made its public debut at a rally on the steps of the State Capitol last week, and advocates hope to see House Bill 1038 become The Civil Justice Reform Act of 2003, a powerful vehicle to overhaul the Arkansas civil litigation system.