Nancy Peverini

Nancy Peverini

Nancy Peverini is Legislative Director of the Consumer Attorneys of California. She can be reached at

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I am just a bill

A look at how your ideas can become law, and the proposals for new laws currently being considered for support by CAOC

Nancy Peverini

2020 February

Legislative program for 2020 to be launched in Sacramento

Low auto insurance limits, court reporter issues and lack of uniformity in local court rules on the agenda

Nancy Peverini

2020 March

CAOC 2020 Legislative Package

A look at the issues CAOC will address in Sacramento this year

Nancy Peverini

2020 April

Eyes on the goal

“Circumstances may cause interruptions and delays, but never lose sight of your goal.” — Mario Andretti

Nancy Peverini

2020 July

An annus horribilis

From the statutes of limitation extensions to the civil rights crisis to immunity bills, we’re working in Sacramento to protect the legal rights of all citizens

Nancy Peverini

2020 September

Our pandemic legislative year

Bills we sent to the governor include SB1146 that will cement the use of e-service and remote video depositions

Nancy Peverini

2020 October

A year like no other

Dysfunction ruled the California Legislature but progress was made in e-service and remote depos while tort reform was again turned back

Nancy Peverini

2020 November

Turning the page on 2020

Courts Crisis Committee to evaluate options in dealing with the COVID crisis in the civil courts

Nancy Peverini

2020 December

CAOC: Pushing forward in second year of pandemic with good legislation

CAOC is working on all fronts to heighten the functionality of the courts as we proceed through the pandemic

Nancy Peverini

2021 January

CAOC announces 2021 legislative priorities

Making courts more efficient in this pandemic is priority one!

Nancy Peverini

2021 April

CAOC Legislative report 2021 – not one tort reform bill passed!

A look at trial lawyers’ priorities with the new legislative session as CAOC’s November convention approaches

Nancy Peverini

2021 October

CAOC’s priorities in 2022

An overview of priorities for 2022 has contingency-fee limitation at top of list

Nancy Peverini

2022 February

Insurance reform is CAOC legislative priority for 2022

Raising minimum insurance limits and ending the stacking of UIM benefits

Nancy Peverini

2022 March

The shelf of corporate shame

SB 1149 (Leyva) will fix it. Protecting consumers against dangerous drugs and other products by removing the cloak of secret settlements

Nancy Peverini

2022 August

Looking back at the 2022 legislative session – and looking ahead

Stopping the State Bar’s dangerous efforts to allow non-attorneys to practice law and own law firms, and (finally!) increasing MICRA limits and auto insurance minimums

Nancy Peverini

2022 October

Insurance industry tort-reform provisions on litigation funding defeated by CAOC

Litigation funding plays an important role for PI plaintiffs and is often a last-choice resort for injured victims

Nancy Peverini

2023 June

“Kill Bill(s)”

That’s part of the job at CAOC

Nancy Peverini

2023 August

Explaining the civil justice system

With 30 new legislators, building relationships and educating them on civil justice was quite the task

Nancy Peverini

2023 December

Staying ahead of emerging industries and technologies

From Uber/Lyft to the more recent peer-to-peer car-sharing and Autonomous vehicles, laws must be adapted to protect consumers

Nancy Peverini
Saveena K. Takhar

2024 March

Medi-Cal liens processing speed should be improving

Also: Addressing senior abuse at nursing homes and financial scams against seniors

Nancy Peverini

2024 May