February 11, 2013
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | February 11, 2013
After losing $11 billion during the near meltdown on Wall Street in 2007-2009, you might expect that Georgia’s two largest public pension plans would have filed at least one of the hundreds of shareholder lawsuits attempting to recover losses from corporate wrongdoers. You’d be wrong.
November 21, 2012
Insurance Journal | November 21, 2012
Georgia physicians are debating whether to push for a state constitutional amendment to reinstate a $350,000 cap on medical malpractice non-economic damages or scrap the current tort driven system in favor of a scheme similar to the one used in workers’ compensation.
October 1, 2012
Atlanta Business Chronicle | October 1, 2012
Medical tort reform is a victim of its own success, an Emory University law professor concludes in a new study.
September 24, 2012
Augusta Chronicle | September 24, 2012
An effort to lower medical costs that would change the way patients are compensated in malpractice cases is gaining traction among Georgia conservatives.
July 10, 2012
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | July 10, 2012
The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday declined to strike down a key provision of the state's tort reform law that divvies up damage awards to plaintiffs in liability cases.
May 30, 2012
Legal Newsline | May 30, 2012
A week after Mississippi added some transparency to contingency fee agreements between its attorney general and private lawyers, Georgia has done the same.
December 1, 2011
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | December 1, 2011
It’s been 20 months since the Georgia Supreme Court threw out a key plank of the state’s 2005 tort reform: a $350,000 cap on noneconomic damages for medical malpractice. During that time there’s been some hopeful talk among supporters of the cap, but precious little action by legislators.
October 4, 2011
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August 22, 2011
Point of Law | August 22, 2011
August 18, 2011
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer | August 18, 2011
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