Copland NEW YORK - The Manhattan Institute's latest edition in its "Trial Lawyers, Inc.," series explores the effect the plaintiffs bar has on lawmakers at the state level and in Washington, D.C.
President Obama WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama went out of his way to criticize the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday night, though some are writing that he was wrong in his argument.
Obama WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court decided Wednesday that businesses may spend their money to support or oppose candidates in federal elections.
Sherman Joyce, president of the American Tort Reform Foundation WASHINGTON -- South Florida is again among the country's most plaintiffs-friendly jurisdiction, according to the American Tort Reform Foundation's annual "Judicial Hellholes" report, released Tuesday.
Dean WASHINGTON - A majority of Americans say tort reform measures should be taken to drive down healthcare costs, a new poll shows.
Zarov CHICAGO - Allowing medical monitoring claims in Illinois would be a risky move if the state Supreme Court ever decides to, a paper recently published in the DePaul University Journal of Health Care Law says.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Madison County may have moved off the American Tort Reform Foundation's annual list of judicial hellholes, but it -- and surrounding areas -- are still being watched.
Rickard WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - A campaign by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform says frivolous lawsuits are harming small businesses and the families that rely on them.
Copland NEW YORK - Jim Copland of the Manhattan Institute says his organization certainly doesn't oppose new business concepts. After all, the think tank's mission statement includes fostering new ideas that promote economic growth.
Rickard WASHINGTON, D.C. - Citing a need to end prejudicial practices, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform proposed a new code of conduct for state attorneys general Wednesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Two political experts told attendees of a U.S. Chamber of Commerce function that businesses may soon face more challenges.
Chris Manning WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Leading off a Legal Reform Summit sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform, attorney Chris Manning offered a few images and asked a simple question -- which one of them didn't belong.
Victor Schwartz WASHINGTON, D.C. - The past, present and future of public nuisance claims were all part of a discussion broadcasted Thursday by the Washington Legal Foundation.