1. The FAIR Act Puts Trial Lawyers First

    September 20, 2019 | Blogs

    By Harold Kim Chief Operating Officer, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform ... Read More

  2. Companies Weigh Fairness of a State's Lawsuit Climate Heavily When Considering Where to Do Business

    September 18, 2019 | Blogs

    National Survey Ranks Delaware's Legal System Nation's Best; Illinois' Worst... Read More

  3. Coastal Erosion Lawsuits More About Trial Lawyers Getting Paid, Louisianans Say

    August 07, 2019 | Blogs

    A new Google poll conducted and released by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) found that a majority of Louisianans say that the coastal erosion lawsuits brought by private trial lawyers on behalf of local governments are more about money than the environment.... Read More

  4. Private Rights of Action - Shifting Gears in Privacy Enforcement

    August 06, 2019 | Blogs

    A private right of action is essentially a license to sue. It's usually a statutory grant of authority that gives private lawyers the green light to enforce privacy laws through litigation. But when plaintiffs' lawyers-not government agencies-are allowed to write and enforce the rules of the road, it can lead to mixed signals. ... Read More

  5. New Securities Litigation Report Exposes the Plaintiffs' Bar's Game of Padding its Pocketbook with Investors' Money

    July 26, 2019 | Blogs

    A securities plaintiffs' lawyer could hit it big by buying a lottery ticket, but the odds of a win are long. A new study suggests they're better off filing as many suits as they can and creating unnecessary work to defend massive fee requests. It turns out the odds of a windfall there are as sure-fire as Derek Jeter making the Hall of Fame. ... Read More

  6. Who Wins When Louisiana Sues? Texas!

    July 25, 2019 | Blogs

    It's no secret that Louisiana's legal system does its economy no favors.... Read More