com)-- Legal malpractice attorney Jefferey Katz of The Patterson Law Firm, LLC will be speaking at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Winter Convention taking place February 9, 2013 at 12:00 p.
What does AAJ stand for?
AAJ stands for American Association for Justice (Washington, DC)
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We have 17 other meanings of AAJ in our Acronym Attic
- Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll story)
- Antarctic Intermediate Water
- Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week
- Appalachian American Indians of West Virginia
- Administrative Appeals Judge
- Airasia Japan (airline; Tokyo, Japan)
- Akademischer Arbeitskreis Japan (German: Academic Working Group Japan; Austria)
- All About Jazz (website)
- Alzheimer's Association Japan (est. 1980)
- American Alpine Journal
- American Association of Jurists
- Architectural Association of Japan
- Aromatherapy Association of Japan (est. 1996)
- Association Américaine de Juristes (French: American Association of Jurists; est. 1975)
- Astronomical Association of Jamaica (est. 1948)
- Attitude Adjust
- Asian American Journalists Association
- All About Jonathan Brandis Fanpage
- African American Jazz Caucus, Inc. (New York, NY)
- American Association of Junior Colleges (now American Association of Community Colleges)
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Smith's bill is supported by major businesses, such as Home Depot, but strongly opposed by the American Association for Justice, formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Stetson Wins a Big One: A team of four students from Stetson University College of Law won the American Association for Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition during the finals in West Palm Beach.
The rule, posted on the Food and Drug Administration's Web site, is likely to result in fewer companyinitiated changes to package inserts and protect those selling products when they have "knowledge of potentially hazardous side effects," said Gerie Voss, director of regulatory affairs for the American Association for Justice, a Washington-based group of trial lawyers.