This is a draft of the proposed TRIALOGS
website, published solely for evaluation by members of the New Orleans, La. Legal
community. Although actual 2017 cases are
abstracted here from court records and other publications, the formats, content and layout
are not final. This is to give potential
readers an idea of what will be published and in what fashion. TRIALogs is unqualifiedly dedicated to the work and
mission of the Plaintiffs' Bar. This publication is intended to promote resort by
plaintiffs to civil court for the redress of harm and injury. As such it will serve as a counterpart to the mass
of mainstream media, such as the "Institute for Legal Reform" (ILR), published
by the "US Chamber," dedicated to vilification of the plaintiffs' bar.
TRIALogs is based in New Orleans, but
intended for future publication throughout the US, so that lawyers and the public alike
can read firsthand what the Bar is undertaking in both state and federal courts
nationwide. It will also serve as a forum for plaintiffs' lawyers as well as a
compendium of current civil actions, attorneys, profiles, outcomes and damage awards.
We hope you'll find it useful. After
reviewing this outline, please help guide its future by assessing the concept and
providing your advice, criticism and recommendations for the publication.
The Plaintiffs' Bar deserves
heightened public support in this era of suppression and curtailing of mechanisms for the
redress of wrongs. The value of the Bar needs to be publicized, promoted, marketed and
made abundantly clear to every American citizen. It's one of the nation's most important