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Fox and Hounds, March 22, 2017

California’s business climate is more predictable than its weather. It’s always one storm after the other. Companies relocate to states where they are welcomed rather than vilified and preyed upon. Capital is moved to more jobs-friendly states. Productive workers just get out, or are left behind with few good opportunities to prosper in their field.

Southeast Texas Record, March 14, 2017

It sometimes seems like Texas taxpayers bankrolled a billion-dollar trust fund for the personal use of attorney Steve Mostyn.

Southeast Texas Record, March 10, 2017

BEAUMONT – One of the last remaining Hurricane Rita lawsuits was recently tried in Jefferson County, with the trial ending with a much larger payday for Mostyn Law than the firm’s clients.

American Pharmacy News Report, March 10, 2017

U.S. House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) has sent letters to the American Bar Association and every state bar association, urging the organizations to adopt requirements for warnings on trial lawyer advertisements that urge patients to discontinue the use of some medicines.

Associated Press, March 10, 2017

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Republican-led House on Friday backed legislation that requires judges to sanction attorneys and other parties who file frivolous lawsuits in federal district court, a move that supporters said will protect individuals and businesses from unnecessary legal costs.

Washington Post, March 9, 2017

House Republicans are advancing a series of bills that would make changes to the civil justice system long sought by doctors and U.S. corporations, including a cap on some medical malpractice awards and new roadblocks for classes of people seeking to sue jointly to address harm.

Institute for Legal Reform, March 9, 2017

It appears Congress shares ILR’s concerns about the dangers caused by the daily onslaught of ads by plaintiffs’ attorneys hawking lawsuits against drugs and medical devices.

Southeast Texas Record, March 8, 2017

AUSTIN – On March 8 Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse groups voiced their support for Senate Bill 10 and House Bill 1774, legislation aimed at reining in hail storm lawsuit abuse, while ensuring consumers are protected.