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December 21, 2007

American Tort Reform Association's New List of "Judicial Hellholes"

The American Tort Reform Association recently released its sixth annual "Judicial Hellholes" report.  The Executive Summary defines hellholes as "places where judges systematically apply laws and court procedures in an inequitable manner, generally against defendants in civil lawsuits."  ATRA's six hellholes are South Florida; Rio Grande Valley and Gulf Coast, Texas; Cook County, Illinois; West Virginia; Clark County, Nevade, and Atlandic County, New Jersey. 


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