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Innovator Liability, Take Two

The Wall Street Journal Innovator Liability, Take Two A state supreme court takes a needed second look at bad precedent. The Alabama Supreme Court put businesses on edge in January when it endorsed a theory of innovator liability that would allow plaintiffs lawyers to sue manufacturers over products they didn’t …

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Montgomery Advertiser Editorial: BCA will unite business community and public education

The Montgomery Advertiser Editorial: BCA will unite business community and public education “The quality of public education has enormous implications for Alabama’s economic prospects, so a serious, committed alliance of education and business interests could be a great asset for the state. We hope the organization being formed by the …

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Morton and Love to Lead New Education Reform Foundation Backed by Business Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  AUGUST 17, 2013 POINT CLEAR — Former State Superintendent of Education Joe Morton and former State Rep. Jay Love were announced as the leaders of the Business and Education Alliance (BEA), a new, non-profit education reform foundation that was unveiled at the Business Council of Alabama’s annual …

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BCA Endorses Judicial Candidates in Five Statewide Races

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AUGUST 16, 2013 POINT CLEAR—The board of directors for ProgressPAC, the political action committee of the Business Council of Alabama, has endorsed five statewide judicial candidates who are up for election in 2014.  All five are current members on one of three appellate courts:   ·         Supreme …

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BCA President Comments on Departure of Senior Vice President

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MONTGOMERY—Business Council of Alabama president and CEO William J. Canary today praised the significant work of Anita L. Archie, BCA’s senior vice president for intergovernmental affairs and advocacy and legal advisor.  Archie, who joined BCA in January 2010, will be leaving to serve as executive assistant to …

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