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“Devil Is In The Details” On Prop 65 Reform Benefits – AHPA

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to cap attorney fees and settlement funds in Prop 65 cases and require expanded plaintiff disclosures and demonstrations of supporting evidence before litigation can proceed, among other proposed measures designed to reduce frivolous lawsuits against industry members.

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