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American Legislative Exchange Council

 

 

 

 

presents

ALEC Academy

Disorder in the Court:

The Rise of Regulation through Litigation

June 10-11, 2005

San Francisco Marriott

 

Agenda(pdf)                        Event Flyer              Registration(pdf)

 

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is the nation's largest nonpartisan individual membership organization of state legislators who share a common commitment to the Jeffersonian principles of individual liberty, limited government and free markets. ALEC's Civil Justice Task Force and Disorder in the Court Project have been at the forefront of the efforts to restore fairness and predictability to the civil justice system. The Task Force has worked diligently to promote systematic fairness in the courts through bills to discourage frivolous lawsuits, to fairly balance judicial and legislative authority, to end regulation through litigation and to treat defendants in a consistent manner.
 

 

ALEC Spring Task Force Summit

 held

April 28-30, 2005

Savannah, Georgia

 

New! Summit news coming soon!

 

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Duane Parde

Executive Director

ALEC

1129 20th St. NW,

Suite 500
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