An important Federalist Society white paper on how trial-lawyer-stacked judiciaries are vetoting civil justice reforms in a number of states, and looking at a number of upcoming state-court cases challenging caps on damages.
"State Court Challenges to Legislatively Enacted Tort Reforms"
- Federal constitutional challenge to Texas tort reform rejected
- More on 2006 Louisiana environmental law's jackpot justice
- PR efforts in atrazine litigation
- New podcasts from the Manhattan Institute
- Maryland high court: allergy is disability requiring accommodation
- "Missouri lawyers weigh in on class action concerns"
- Madison County's controversial asbestos litigation system under fire yet again
- Where Newt's wrong--and where he's right
- A shocking concession by Svorny on medical malpractice caps
- Around the web, December 15
- Marie Gryphon cited for work on loser pays
- Preempro jackpot justice verdicts in Philadelphia
- New Featured Discussion: MI and Cato scholars debate med-mal
- Kentucky AG Sued Over Contingency-Fee Arrangement With Private Outside Counsel
- Second Circuit Interprets Prison Litigation Reform Act to Cap Attorney's Fee Award at $1.40