“The battle for lawsuit reform and pro-jobs policies continues. We must always wage and win the war in Texas, so that our state will provide the model for policies that discourage abusive litigation, respect liberty and encourage economic expansion.”
Over the last eighteen years, Texans for Lawsuit Reform, State officials, and the Legislature have worked tirelessly to pass model tort reform legislation. However, these laws are only as good as the judges who give effect to them. Of the 14 intermediate appellate courts in Texas, there are a few of special impact and importance that deserve extra attention and support from conservatives, including the Third Court of Appeals in Austin.
Over the last twenty years, we in Texans for Lawsuit Reform, our State officials and the Legislature have worked tirelessly to pass model tort reform legislation. However, these legislative efforts are only as good as the judges who rule on those laws. Of the 14 intermediate appellate courts in Texas, there are a few of special importance and impact, including the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio.
(Kyle, TX) - Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC has awarded State Representative Jason Isaac the TLR Civil Justice Leadership Award for his support of a fair and predictable civil justice system in Texas. Speaking at a luncheon in Kyle on Friday, TLR PAC Chairman Richard J. Trabulsi, Jr. said:
“In his first legislative session, Jason Isaac proved to be a principled conservative legislator. He is committed to lawsuit reform and a balanced and predictable civil justice system. Jason understands that lawsuit reform is critical to job creation and a strong economy in Central Texas and throughout the state. TLR PAC is proud to present Jason with TLR's Civil Justice Award.”