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August 27, 2009


Darren McKinney

The ever-manipulative plaintiffs' bar doesn't hesitate to level lawsuits at other businesses and industries, alleging, often without a basis of fact, that consumers' personal information has not been sufficiently protected. So why shouldn't the litigation industry be required to meet the same privacy-protection standards that the businesses and industries it targets with lawsuits must meet? After all, what's good for the goose . . . .

Darren McKinney
Dir., Communications
American Tort Reform Association
Washington, D.C.

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