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New Study: Consumers Win More Money, More Often, and More Quickly In Arbitration Than In Court

Washington, D.C.—A new study released today by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) found that consumers win more money, more often, and more…

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Press Releases New Study: Consumers Win More Money, More Often, and More Quickly In Arbitration Than In Court Arbitration Tort Liability Costs for Small Businesses Press Releases New Study: Lawsuit System Costs Small Businesses $182 Billion Class Action Litigation, COVID-19 Liability Press Releases U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform Report Highlights Liability Protections Congress Should Pass Immediately Press Releases U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform Poll Shows Clear Majority of Americans Support Protecting Employers from Coronavirus Lawsuits Other Issues Press Releases Lawsuit Over Lip Balm Named The Most Ridiculous Lawsuit of 2019 Press Releases Harold H. Kim Appointed President of the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform; Lisa A. Rickard Transitions to New Role in the Chamber Press Releases California's Lawsuit Climate Ranked Among Nation's Worst Press Releases Delaware Regains Nation's Top Lawsuit Climate Rank Press Releases Survey Ranks Florida's Lawsuit Climate Among Nation's Worst Press Releases Georgia's Lawsuit Climate Ranked Among Nation's Ten Worst Press Releases Illinois' Lawsuit Climate Ranked Nation's Worst Press Releases Louisiana Lawsuit Climate Ranked Nation's 2nd Worst Press Releases Missouri's Lawsuit Climate Ranked Among Nation's Worst Press Releases New Jersey's Lawsuit Climate Ranked Among Nation's Worst

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