Any member of NRRDA, or their organization, firm, subsidiary, affiliate or related business may not represent, consult for or testify on behalf of plaintiffs in a personal injury case against a NRRDA industry member or an insured of a NRRDA industry member. If any firm or organization has even one individual who violates this provision, the entire firm or organization and all current NRRDA members from that firm or organization will have their membership revoked. If the case is dropped or resolved after NRRDA membership has been revoked, re-application by all those removed will be required. Attorneys in private practice who wish to join NRRDA must submit an Attorney Member Application for membership. Only attorneys who regularly defend retail and restaurant companies or companies affiliated with these industries and whose law firm does not regularly represent plaintiffs are eligible for membership.