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Tort reformers are pushing the most aggressive class action reform legislation in the past decade on Capitol Hill, but even defense lawyers have some concerns.
Justice Samuel Alito Jr. said of the retirement home cases: "The context here seems different from the arbitration cases that we've had in recent years."
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As it seeks extra space for its downtown Washington, D.C., office, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is suing Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, its landlord, and the arbitration company JAMS Inc., a new tenant, over a subleased part of its building at 1155 F St. NW.