May 16, 2019

AAJ Supports Bipartisan Legislation to Restore Legal Rights to Servicemembers

The AAJ continues to lead the way in speaking out on behalf of citizens affected by pending legislation.

David Brose
Scales of Justice
April 29, 2019

Tort Reform: Insurance Lobbyists Want To Take Away Your Rights

Tort reform is generally designed to protect companies and those who don’t need “protection.” This post looks at what really is behind the “tort reform” movement, and what’s at stake for consumers.

Brett Emison
April 15, 2019

AAJ Commends House Subcommittee on Carcinogenic Cosmetic Policy

The American Association for Justice continues the fight for citizens’ access to the nation’s courtrooms.

Brett Emison
April 3, 2019

Missouri Senate Considering Bills That Would Undermine Constitutional Rights

During this legislative session, the Missouri House and Missouri Senate have considered a number of so-called “tort reform” bills that flagrantly attack Missouri citizens’ constitutional right to trial while protecting out-of-state corporations that harm Missourians. This blog post looks at a couple of them.

Brett Emison
August 2, 2017

“Anyone Can Legally Say, ‘Eat Sh!t, Bob!’” (Or Why Tort Victims Aren’t The Problem)

Bob Murray runs coal companies. He also sues people. Prolifically. And unsuccessfully (at least seven cases dismissed). In June 2017, John Oliver’s HBO program, Last Week […]

Brett Emison