TLPJ

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TLPJTrial Lawyers for Public Justice
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A representative of TLPJ said that courts commonly seal records such as confidential medical records that could be part of a case, but it is very rare to seal an entire case "and it's unheard of to basically remove a case from the entire record."
TLPJ has successfully brought several suits under Title IX to obtain equal opportunities for women in athletics.
"This is absolutely outrageous," says TLPJ President Joseph Power.
Although some organizations, including TLPJ, had hoped the new rule would apply to all decisions, past and future, Frankel said TLPJ "hopes this rule will help citizens believe that all litigants can receive their day in court, not just those whose disputes are decided in published opinions."
Mercury Marine, and she assisted with an amici brief filed by TLPJ and a host of other public interest groups in Bates v.
Arthur Bryant, executive director of Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ) in Washington, D.C., said the ruling "soundly rejects the latest corporate strategy aimed at eliminating the right to jury trial."
"It's an emerging and pernicious trend," said Paul Bland, a staff attorney with Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ) in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.-based Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ) is supporting the EEOC's position with an amicus brief.
Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ), a national public interest law firm, is currently litigating three of these cases in Oregon, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.