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Gary Gwilliam, former president of the California Trial Lawyers Association.
But that's not the case, said Karin Caves, spokeswoman for the Consumers Attorneys of California, formerly known as the California Trial Lawyers Association.
Or the fact that the California Trial Lawyers Association donated $85,000 to his last campaign--just for the primaries, that is.
Their lobbying warfare dates back at least to 1975, the year the California Medical Association, over the protests of the California Trial Lawyers Association, persuaded the legislature to cap medical malpractice judgments and the size of trial lawyers' contingency fees, the percentage of the award they keep as compensation.
In addition to his work with CalCPA, Gursey lectures for the University of Southern California's Advanced Professional Program on Basic Family Law Practice and for the California Trial Lawyers Association and State Bar Convention programs.
Rosenfield is allied with Consumer Attorneys of California, formerly the California Trial Lawyers Association, on this issue even though the two were on opposite sides of the fence in 1988, when attorneys had their competing initiatives on the ballot.
Cummins is a member of State and County Bar Associations, the Libel Defense Resource Center, the California First Amendment Coalition, the California Newspaper Publishers Association, the American Bar Association Forum on Communications Law, the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section, the National Broadcasters Association/ABA Media Forum, the Bench-Bar-Media Committee, the San Diego Trial Lawyers Association, San Diego Lawyers Club and the California Trial Lawyers Association.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 1, 1995--The California Trial Lawyers Association is changing its name as it launches a major public information campaign to turn the spotlight on the anti-consumer goals of the tort movement.