John Marshall


This Comment examines some aspects of the civil justice system in this state, highlights a few of the opposing parties' views on the need for tort reform in North Carolina, and examines proposed solutions currently under consideration by the General Assembly. This Comment will attempt to show that civil justice system reform is not needed in North Carolina and that the legislative enactment of such proposals will prevent proper legal redress for injured residents in this state and require those same residents to subsidize the recoveries of injured parties in other states.

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