Law Group Won't Approve Controversial Report This Year
Law360, Washington (May 21, 2019, 7:45 PM EDT) -- The American Law Institute pushed back its approval of a controversial report on consumer contracts law Tuesday after its membership of judges, law professors and practitioners spent hours debating its impact on internet users.
ALI members only made it through the first two sections of the report because of the heavy debating over motions, comments and questions, causing the elite legal organization to delay votes approving of the remainder of the report until its subsequent annual meeting next May at the earliest.
The group is weighing whether to adopt a draft “Restatement of the Law” on consumer contracts, which distills past...
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