• “Loser pays”…unless the loser is a corporation Friday, March 11, 2011

    Texas Tribune: Morgan Smith reports the next “tort reform” battle in Texas may be over “a push to require the losing parties in litigation to pay their opponents’ legal fees.” But Smith says the proposal may come with a twist from Gov. Rick Perry: only plaintiffs who lose would be required to pay, while defendants — typically corporations — that lose would not. He writes opponents of the proposal “say it obstructs all litigation — without regard to merit — and keeps those with plausible legal claims from seeking justice.”

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