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New Report Finds New York State is Nation’s Top “Food Court”

California, Illinois, Missouri, and Washington, D.C. also popular “food courts” 

Washington, D.C.— New York’s federal courts are the number one spot for…

Press Releases U.S. Chamber Report: New York Asbestos Court's Rules Are Ripe For Exploitation By Plaintiffs' Lawyers Press Releases Survey: Rx Drug Lawsuit Ads Could Scare Millions Out Of Taking their Medications Press Releases U.S. Chamber Report: Ohio Law to Curb "Double Dip" Asbestos Claims Ensures Fairness Without Burdening Plaintiffs Press Releases U.S. Chamber Commends West Virginia Governor for Passing Legislation to Curb Frivolous Lawsuits Press Releases Overwhelming Majority of Consumers Feel Lawsuits Should Not "Regulate" Technology Press Releases U.S. Chamber Commends Missouri Governor for Signing Legislation to Improve Expert Evidence Standards Press Releases U.S. Chamber Report: Class Action Litigation Systems in Europe Are Open to Abuse Press Releases U.S. Chamber Applauds Kentucky Legislature for Continued Commitment to Legal Reform Press Releases U.S. Chamber Hails South Dakota for Joining Chorus of States, Congress in Combatting Asbestos Fraud Asbestos Press Releases U.S. Chamber: House-Passed Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act Will Curb Plaintiffs' Lawyer Gaming of Justice System Press Releases U.S. Chamber Applauds House Passage of Class Action Litigation and Asbestos Trust Transparency Bill Asbestos Press Releases U.S. Chamber Commends House Passage of Innocent Party Protection Act Press Releases U.S. Chamber: NBC 'Today' Show Segment on Candy Class Actions Shows Need for Reforms Press Releases U.S. Chamber Applauds House Judiciary Committee Consideration of Key Legal Reform Bills
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