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Tort Reform requires change, but change gives rise to two conflicting factions. The first, sensing inequities in the present tort system, seeks change to level the playing field. The second vehemently opposes change and seeks to maintain the status quo, which provides them with stability and prosperity.
While admittedly favoring change, this book points out the merits of both sides of this seemingly never-ending, frustrating controversy, leaving the reader with a choice.
A graduate of University of California Hastings College of the Law, James K. Norman was a practicing trial lawyer for thirty-five years. During this time, he handled cases relating to constitutional law; business law; environmental problems; residential, commercial, and industrial construction problems; local government; and administrative law. At the University of Iowa, he lettered in track, tennis, and gymnastics, acquiring Big Ten and national titles. In 1997, after retiring, he began devoting his time to teaching the United States Constitution to high school students and to the elderly. He is also a retired United States Coast Guard Reserve lieutenant commander. Born and raised in Iowa, Norman currently resides in Idaho with his wife, La Donna.