A legal expert says it's suspicious that the American Association for Justice would impose a confidentiality agreement on members to attend the group's winter convention.
Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow and manager of The Heritage Foundation's Civil Justice Reform Initiative, says the agreement is unusual.
"I am not sure I have ever seen a 'secrecy' agreement at a convention of lawyers," von Spakovsky told Legal Newsline. "I guess they really don't want anyone to know their latest strategies for attacking the business community, health care providers and others whom they view as 'deep pocket' defendants with their latest frivolous lawsuits."
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