Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) has been presented with the prestigious 2013 Civil Justice Leadership Award by the Civil Justice Association of California (CJAC) at a ceremony that took place in Brea. Huff was selected for the leadership role he played to protect both individuals and business from unwarranted lawsuits in California.
Officially founded in 1979, the Association for California Tort Reform was dedicated to improve California’s civil justice system. The association was renamed the Civil Justice Association of California in 1999 and continues to work in the State Legislature and the courts to reduce the kind of unwarranted and excessive litigation that increases business and government expenses, discourages innovation and drives up the cost of goods and services for all Californians.
“I am humbled by this award and the recognition of my efforts to bring about judicial reform,” said Senator Huff. “California ranks 47th in the Institute for Legal Reform’s latest survey of the lawsuit climates in each of the 50 states. On average, more than four class …read more
Source: State Senator Bob Huff