The nation’s oldest attorney general organization is broken — here is how to fix it

This op-ed was originally published by the Washington Examiner. When the National Association of Attorneys General was founded in 1907, its goal was to support the top law enforcement officer […]

When Plaintiffs’ Attorneys Mislead the Public

Massive television ad buys and public relations campaigns that peddle misinformation taint public’s preconceptions, while judges fail to restrict falsehoods in their courtrooms.

$34M+ Spent on Lawyer Ads in Top California Media Markets So Far In 2022

New study shows Roundup, talc and paraquat top ad targets in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento

State AGs Call on National Org to Return Funds to States

The National Association of Attorneys General sits on $280M in assets

Third Circuit Can Uphold Reasonable Use of ‘Texas-Two-Step’ Law

This op-ed was originally published by Real Clear Policy. Historically, courts have respected the view that filing for bankruptcy is a well-recognized way for a business to respond when the […]

The $280 Million Attorneys General Fund

A group of state AGs shouldn’t be a litigation finance shop for the tort bar and progressive causes.

Tennessee’s opioid crisis requires legislative changes, not more lawsuits

State Attorney General Herbert Slatery shouldn’t be able to hire outside counsel to pursue his litigation against Walgreens without disclosing any of the contract details to the state’s taxpayers.

ATRA Files Amicus Brief in In re LTL Management, LLC

August 22, 2022 (WASHINGTON) – Today, the American Tort Reform Association joined the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center in filing an amicus brief in In re LTL Management, LLC before the U.S. Court of Appeals for […]

Show Me the Money: Hollywood Celebrity Revealed to be Funding Baseless Climate Lawsuits

August 16, 2022 (WASHINGTON) – According to a new investigative report published by Fox News, emails appear to show that actor Leonardo DiCaprio’s non-profit foundation, “awarded grants to a dark money group […]

ATRA Statement on Mistrial in Latest Flint Water Civil Trial

August 11, 2022 (WASHINGTON) – Today, a Federal Magistrate Judge in the U.S. Eastern District Court of Michigan declared a mistrial after a jury convened in good faith and could […]

AG Group Is Turning Civil Justice System Into a For-Profit Business

This op-ed was originally published by Inside Sources. A disturbing trend continues to infiltrate courtrooms across the country where third-party groups — including Wall Street hedge funds, institutional investors and private […]

California Class-Action Lawyers Now Targeting Life Insurance Industry

This op-ed was originally published by the Times of San Diego. After a brief two-year hiatus, the “Golden State” once again reclaimed the top spot in the latest Judicial Hellholes list in December 2021. […]

Latest Flint Water Trial Unlikely to Result in Help for Victims

This op-ed was originally published by Inside Sources. After the multi-million-dollar Flint Water Settlement, lawyers have their sights set on new targets. A trial in an eastern Michigan federal court seeks […]