Wednesday, May 09, 2012

KABC on the California Legislature and Serial Access Litigation

See this story.  An excerpt:
State leaders are finally listening. They've approved a bipartisan bill that would stem the tide of ADA lawsuit abuses. 
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Among other things, the proposal would put a stop to threatening demand letters businesses get. 
"It would ban demand for money letters that say, 'Pay me now, or pay me more later,' which unfortunately are sent by a few lawyers and law firms basically looking to make a quick buck," said state Senate President Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento). 
The proposal also seeks to give businesses at least 30 days to fix the problem before a lawsuit can proceed.

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