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  • ...and your constitutional right to trial.
  • CONSUMER ATTORNEYS
    OF CALIFORNIA



  •           Seeking justice for all.
  • The jury trial "is the only anchor... by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution." -- Thomas Jefferson
  • “The civil jury is a valuable safeguard to liberty." -- Alexander Hamilton


Consumer Attorneys lead fight
against poison lead paint risk
 

 

Manufacturers of lead paint have known for more than a century that their products posed a toxic threat, particularly to kids. But they continued to sell it anyway. Although government regulators banned lead-based paint 40 years ago, it remains on the walls of many California homes, particularly in low-income neighborhoods. Children today continue to face a poisoning threat. From 2010 to 2014, nearly 75,000 kids in the state tested positive for lead exposure. Paint manufacturers have been pushing hard in the state Capitol to skirt accountability. CAOC and other groups are pushing for solutions that will get the lead paint out of homes.
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July 3, 2018
Key panel OKs bill banning secret
settlements for sexual misconduct 

SB 820 by Sen. Connie Leyva and co-sponsored by CAOC and the California Women's Law Center targets workplace sexual predators who have used secret legal settlements to mask their misdeeds -- allowing them to repeat again and again while potential victims are left in the dark. Read more


June 28, 2018
Landmark CAOC-backed data
protection measure becomes law 

SB 375 gives California the strongest Internet data privacy and protection law in the nation, and is expected to yield stronger protections across the U.S., overcoming inaction by Congress and the Trump Administration despite massive data breaches at Facebook, Equifax and other businesses. Read more


June 19, 2018
Bill advances to require docs on
probation to notify their patients

SB 1448 by Sen. Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) requires that physicians on probation for serious offenses like sexual misconduct or substance abuse take steps to alert their patients about their misdeeds before their first visit. Read more

(7/9/2018) Brent Wisner presses the case of a Bay Area groundskeeper who developed a type of cancer that he blames on the use of the weed killer RoundUp. READ HERE  
 
(6/28/2018) Tim Tietjen achieves justice for a youth who suffered an amputated leg when his tent at a San Mateo County campground was hit by a badly rotted tree that authorities had ignored for years. READ HERE   
 

 

 
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Forum Magazine

  May/June 2018
  Vol. 48, No. 3