Non-Contingent | thgrayson | July 27, 2011


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Numerous organizations and businesses are anxious to have state attorneys general support litigation efforts for policy and legal reasons. These organizations take comfort in that an attorney general or group of attorneys general are on “their side.” If they succeed in attracting an attorney general to their efforts, they are also able to take advantage of the unique standing that attorneys general possess that might not be available to private litigants. Because attorneys general budget's are restricted, these parties often offer to under right the costs of the litigation. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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