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Former trial lawyer and first-time filmmaker Susan Saladoff's exposé of the U.S. legal system uses, among others, the infamous 1994 case of a woman burned by spilled fast-food coffee to examine calls for tort reform and the end of frivolous lawsuits. Included: comments from attorneys, politicians, public advocates, scholars and journalists.

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Former trial lawyer and first-time filmmaker Susan Saladoff's exposé of the U.S. legal system uses, among others, the infamous 1994 case of a woman burned by spilled fast-food coffee to examine calls for tort reform and the end of frivolous lawsuits. Included: comments from attorneys, politicians, public advocates, scholars and journalists.

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