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He was also part of a legal team working with Trial Lawyers for Public Justice seeking to prevent recent efforts by the EPA and the City of Ft.
And in 1983 and 1989, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice selected him for honorable mention as Trial Lawyer of the Year.
Then detailed objections to the book were lodged by "an advocacy group whose members have strong ties to the oil and gas industry," says Adele Kimmel, a staff attorney for Trial Lawyers for Public Justice who is representing the plaintiffs.
Dees has received numerous honors, including "Trial Lawyer of the Year" from the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, the Martin Luther King, Jr.
In June, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ) moved to unseal the case.
I'm on the board of Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, and Jan Schlichtmann, who was the lawyer who brought the case, was a member of Trial Lawyers, so I knew him quite well.
Tony Roisman, formerly of Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, who worked with GAP representing whistleblowers in the nuclear power industry, says, "They were meticulous in my experience .
Chen received the 2007 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award from Public Justice Foundation (formerly the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice Foundation) for obtaining a record-breaking verdict against Amerigroup Corporation and its Illinois health plan for Amerigroup's defrauding the Medicaid program by discriminating against people on Medicaid based on their health status.