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Tort Reform Articles Should Be On The Web

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Evan Schaeffer’s Legal Underground alerts us to some excellent articles about Tort Reform. But, as Even points out, only subscribers to Trial magazine get to read them. Memo to ATLA: Put these articles on the Web.

ATLA’S TRIAL MAGAZINE TAKES ON TORT REFORM–BUT FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY . . .

The July issue of Trial magazine is devoted to “the myth of the litigation crisis.”

The gloves are off

Insuring against the next insurance crisis

Corporate wolves in victims’ clothing

Straight talk about torts

Fighting to end the ‘ban litigation’ crisis

The truth about the drug companies

Some of these articles sound interesting, don’t they? I’d recommend them, except that the articles aren’t available online–they’re locked behind an old-fashioned, subscription-only firewall, where they’re available only to Trial subscribers. Since those are mostly plaintiffs’ lawyers, ATLA has set up a sort of pointless echo chamber, where plaintiffs’ lawyers complain to other plaintiffs’ lawyers about tort reform.