M-LAWMichigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch
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That is why M-LAW urges judges and policymakers to support civil justice reform.
M-LAW has been having fun with this, and the Wacky Warning Label Contest is now in its 10th year.
This annual contest, and the new book, Remove Child Before Folding, give us a chance to tell the inside story of how our nation's legal system has become so erratic that these types of labels are necessary," says Bob Dorigo Jones, president of M-LAW.
M-LAW is a non-partisan, non-profit organization working to increase public awareness of how the litigation explosion is hurting America.
M-LAW is a non-profit organization working to increase public awareness of how the explosion in litigation is hurting America.
For more about M-LAW or to enter the "Wacky Warning Label Contest," call 1-888-321-MLAW (6529), or visit www.
The high cost of lawsuit abuse to consumers convinced us it was time to undertake this project," said M-LAW president, Robert B.
Every year, M-LAW publishes a list of the wackiest warning labels found on consumer products.
M-LAW believes it is important for the people of Michigan to know which candidates are being financially supported by the members of that association.
M-LAW is a non-partisan coalition of consumers, professionals, businesses, community leaders, entrepreneurs and others who believe it is time to stop the lawsuit "lottery" being played across the United States.
This week, M-LAW is also kicking off its third annual "Wacky Warning Label Contest" and an essay contest for Michigan high school seniors.
Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch, M-LAW, announced today that Governor John Engler has declared September 20-26, 1998 as "Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Week.