Updates: Legal reform

AG Jeff Landry Moves Quickly to End the “Buddy System”

March 22, 2016

Guest post from Melissa Landry (no relation), executive director of Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch […]

A glimpse at the 2016 legislative landscape

February 12, 2016

By this time of year, many state legislators have moved pass gubernatorial addresses, […]

New Tort Law Museum Doesn’t Tell the Full Story

October 28, 2015

Earlier this month, the Washington Post published an article highlighting the opening of […]

Illinois cannot afford to wait for lawsuit reform

August 25, 2015

Summer is coming to an end: kids are back in school, the NFL […]

Fight for lawsuit reform heating up in Illinois

June 9, 2015

The state budget woes in Illinois are well-documented. Illinois has the worst credit […]

Alms for Millionaire Personal Injury Lawyers

March 13, 2015

For years, personal injury lawyers have been trying to prevent consumers from choosing to resolve disputes through arbitration, a fair and cost-effective alternative to filing lawsuits.

Legal Reform is Missing Piece in Florida

January 28, 2015

Florida governor Rick Scott recently announced his plans to visit Pennsylvania, among a handful of other states he’s targeted as part of a strategy to lure businesses and jobs to Florida and boost the state’s economy.

California CALA’s Legal Reform Wish List

January 28, 2015

With the 2015-2016 legislative session under way, it’s worth reminding our elected leaders why legal reform is needed.

Why I’m Voting for Jobs, Not Lawsuits in Florida

October 20, 2014

As the proud owner of a Florida business, I’m always focused on growing my company and providing my employees with the opportunities they need to advance and thrive.

The Real Enemy of Florida Job Growth

September 8, 2014

I work hard every day to provide the best opportunities for my employees and grow my company.

Project Lawsuit Abuse Newsmakers

July 31, 2014

Tort reformers have been turning up all over the internet recently. We took the liberty of rounding up some of the standouts. You may recognize a few friends of Project Lawsuit Abuse in there. Here are some of the newsmakers from around the country.

Expanding opportunities for abusive lawsuits not way to create jobs: Guest commentary
Imagine being a small-business owner in California. You face a thicket of regulations, especially when it comes to the state’s wage and hour laws that precisely govern how businesses must pay employees and provide breaks. – Pasadena Star News

New York Trial Lawyers Are Spending Big on Lobbying

July 17, 2014

Last year, New York lawmakers considered common sense reforms that would insert fairness into the civil justice system by lowering awards in civil lawsuits. But trial lawyers took issue with this legislation – and the impact it would have on their paydays – and came out in full force against the bill.


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