Welcome to the Online Headquarters of Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse of Central Texas
Thank you for visiting the online headquarters of Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) of Central Texas
We're a locally based, community coalition dedicated to raising awareness of the costs and consequences of frivolous lawsuits and how legal abuses affect our businesses and lives.
Our job is to make sure the courts are used for justice, not greed. All citizens with legitimate grievances should have the right the competent legal counsel and a fair civil justice system.
We're the leading legal watchdog in Texas. and we welcome your support.
Join CALA-CTX for a “Reform Works” event on April 2nd
Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse of Central Texas (CALA-CTX) and the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute (TCCRI) are hosting a “Create Jobs, Not Lawsuits” event on Tuesday, April 2nd from 5:30-7:30PM at 919 Congress, Suite 1500! The event will celebrate the common-sense legal reforms we've passed in Texas and the importance of protecting Texas’ progress. All supporters of legal reform in the Lone Star State are welcome to come! RSVP to email@example.com
In a recent op-ed in the Houston Chronicle, state Representative Doug Miller (R-New Braunfels) described the numerous concerns that come with lawsuit lenders operating in the Lone Star State.READ MORE NEWS POSTS
Questionable, and often unscrupulous, new crops of lenders are popping up every day with innovative schemes to profit off other peoples’ pain.READ MORE CITATIONS
On April 29th, The Texas House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence committee passed HB 1595 by Rep. Doug Miller (R-New Braunfels), sending it to the House floor for a full vote. This was a major step forward in the effort to rein in this often times predatory industry. HB 1595 will protect Texas consumers from the most unscrupulous and egregious practices of the lawsuit lending industry. Currently, the industry is wholly unregulated in Texas. To see the full release from CALACTX, click here.READ MORE NEWS POSTS
At the Texas Capitol, lawmakers are considering a bill that would increase lawsuits, crowd out legitimate claims in our civil court system and drive up costs for employers.READ MORE NEWS POSTS
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