Legislation & Lobbying

3097 ABA Journal Legislation & Lobbying articles.

Access Denied

Security Clearance Backlog Can Result in More Work, More Challenges for Lawyers

A Mighty Right

The Voting Rights Act Continues to Change Our Communities, Inspire the World

The Squeeze on the Press

More Courts Are Forcing Reporters to Testify as Judges Reconsider Media Privilege

The Med-Mal Divide

As the AMA Talks Up Damage Caps and Specialty Courts, Solving the Medical Malpractice Clash May Require Bridging the Lawyer-Doctor Culture Gap

More Work Ahead

Congress Is Expected to Revisit Controversial Immigration Measures

First Up: Class Action Bill

Three Key Tort Law Issues Are Expected to Get Congress’ Attention This Year

Mud and Money

Judicial Elections Turn to Big Bucks and Nasty Tactics

ABA Successes in Congress

Association to Continue Push in 2005 for Increased Judicial Salaries, LSC Funding

Flying Under the Radar

After Percolating Quietly, These Legal Issues May Grab Headlines in 2005

IRS Gets Tools In New Law

Tax Bill Has Corporate Focus, But Individual Taxpayers Also Will Be Affected

Just The Fax

ABA Opposes Rules That Would Restrict Communication with Members

Still On the Case

ABA Affirms Position That Lawyers Are Exempt from Gramm-Leach-Bliley

Another Close Call

George Bush and John Kerry Comment on Key Issues in the 2004 Presidential Election Race

Thoroughly Persuasive

Lobbying Can Be a Lucrative Addition to Law Firm Practice, But Beware of Conflicts

Focusing the ABA’s Efforts

Bar Leaders Concentrate on Key Issues in Lobbying Day on Capitol Hill

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