The U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) hosted its 14th Annual Legal Reform Summit to explore ways to heal the U.S. lawsuit system. The day-long summit brought together top experts to discuss legal reform’s importance to the greater business community and national economy. Participants addressed and offered remedies to various issues related to the U.S. lawsuit system, including False Claims Act reforms, litigation trends, class action loopholes, the effect of U.S.-style litigation across the globe, and privacy in the digital age. During today’s Legal Reform Summit, the following pieces of original research will be featured.
- Fixing the False Claims Act: The Case for Compliance-Focused Reforms
- The New Lawsuit Ecosystem: Trends, Targets, and Players
- The Great Myths of State False Claims Acts: Alternatives to State Qui Tam Statutes
- Legal Reform, The Framers and First Principles
- A Roadmap for Reform: Lessons from Eight Years of the Class Action Reform Act
- Third Party Litigation Financing in Australia: Class Actions, Conflicts and Controversy
- Frequent Filers: Repeat Plaintiffs in Shareholder Litigation
- Bockorny Group
- Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP
- Dickstein Shapiro LLP
- GrayRobinson, P.A.
- Merc Strategy Group, LLC
- Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Legislative employees should consult with the House and Senate ethics office, as appropriate, to determine whether there would be any prohibition on their attendance at this event.
Executive branch employees should obtain written permission to attend this event from their designated agency ethics office and should fax or email a copy of the permission to Caroline Kwon at email@example.com or by fax at (202) 463-3129 prior to the event.