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In addition, Sara Powell is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the American Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Lawyers.
He is currently a member of the Louisiana Bar Association, Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association, Mississippi Trial Lawyers, Florida Trial Lawyers Association and the American Trial Lawyers Association.
He was a member of the Worcester County Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, American Bar Association, Mass Academy of Trial Lawyers, Association of Federal Administrative Law Judges and served as an assistant Massachusetts attorney general for three years.
It's difficult to imagine writing a book touting tort law as a regulatory regime and opposing all tort reform while avoiding any reference to the organized plaintiffs' bar, the American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA), especially when you're constantly bashing the less politically influential American Tort Reform Association.
While US lobby groups, American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA) and the IT industry have fought and haggled about liability in the aftermath of the millennium bug, the rest of the world appears to have been oblivious to the consequences of the date change.
In 1964, after the association's membership was expanded to include all personal injury lawyers, NACCA changed its name to the American Trial Lawyers Association.
The American Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association and numerous consumer groups comprised the opposition, and headlines focused on hot coffee, flag making and laments for Exxon.
Anti-no-fault material recently mailed out by the American Trial Lawyers Association boasted, "From: Nader's Center for Study of Responsive Law--Not a Trial Lawyer Document.