After Judge Mandates Reforms for Philly State Court, Plaintiffs Lawyers Survey the Damage


When the American Tort Reform Association declares that it has "very good news" about a court it loves to loathe, it's sure to be bad news for the plaintiffs bar. Plaintiffs lawyers told us it's too early to gauge exactly how new changes will affect the mass torts docket at Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, but judges in New Jersey, New York, and Boston may want to clear some extra space on their calendars.

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