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American Association For Justice News

AAJ Statement on GM Victim Compensation Fund
July 2, 2014

Washington, DC-The following is a statement from American Association for Justice President Burton LeBlanc on the GM ignition switch victim compensation fund:

SCOTUS Upholds Rights of Investors to Hold Corporations Accountable for Fraud
June 23, 2014

Washington, DC-The following is a statement from American Association for Justice (AAJ) President Burton LeBlanc on today's United States Supreme Court ruling in Erica P. John Fund, et al., v. Halliburton:

How was GM Driven to Safety?
June 18, 2014

Washington, DC-A new report, Driven to Safety, released today by the American Association for Justice details the essential role the civil justice system played in uncovering the GM ignition switch scandal and the ways trial attorneys and their clients have spurred improvements in auto safety for over half a century.

AAJ's Trial Lawyers Care Report to Congress Included in National September 11 Museum's Collection
May 21, 2014

Washington, D.C.—When the National September 11 Memorial & Museum officially opens its doors to the public today, the American Association for Justice’s Trial Lawyers Care report to Congress, “Thousands of Heroes, The Rest of Us Could Only Help,” will be part of the museum’s collection.

440,000 Patients are Killed Every Year by Preventable Medical Errors
May 6, 2014

Washington, DC—Quanisha underwent a routine surgery to remove a goiter in her neck at a hospital in Little Rock, Ark. But, twelve hours later, Quanisha began to develop a shortness of breath and began to feel her neck tighten. Even though she told nurses about her symptoms and how worried she was, her condition was not appropriately monitored or reported to a physician. Quanisha began having seizures, went into respiratory arrest, and suffered severe brain damage. It was later discovered that a prevantable blood clot was to blame. Quanisha was left bed-ridden and totally dependent on her mother for care.

Trial Attorneys Advocate and Educate to End Distracted Driving
April 30, 2014

Washington, DC—In support of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the American Association for Justice, along with its grassroots campaign, Take Justice Back, and community service program, Trial Lawyers Care, joined with the nonprofit organization, End Distracted Driving (EndDD), to educate young people about the dangers associated with this growing hazard.

Charles Schwab Drops Provision That Eliminated Customers' Rights
April 25, 2014

Brokerage firm, Charles Schwab, announced on April 24th that as part of a settlement with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (Finra), Charles Schwab would drop a provision in its consumer agreement that eliminated customers' rights. American Association for Justice President Burton LeBlanc issued the following statement in response:

Victory for Consumer Rights: General Mills Drops its Forced Arbitration Clause
April 21, 2014

Washington, D.C. - General Mills announced on April 19, 2014 that it removed a forced arbitration clause in its terms of service. Forced arbitration is an abusive practice where corporations force customers into a dispute mill that is rigged and secretive. The corporations pick the arbitrator and the arbitrator's decision is final - you have no ability to appeal or ever go to court. American Association for Justice President Burton LeBlanc issued the following statement:

G.M. Recall Scandal Exposed By Civil Justice System After Years of Corporate and Regulatory Failure
April 1, 2014

Washington, DC— The following is a statement from American Association for Justice President Burton LeBlanc on today’s hearing in the U.S. House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations regarding the G.M. ignition switch recall.

FDA Proposed Rule Would Restore Generic Drug Accountability
March 13, 2014

Washington, DC— The American Association for Justice (AAJ) is filing comments in support of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed rule to allow generic drug manufacturers to independently update their warning labels.