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New Study: Lawsuit System Costs Small Businesses $182 Billion

U.S. Chamber Study Shows Small Businesses Bear a Disproportionate Burden of  U.S. Tort System 

A new study released today by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal…

Taming Tort Tourism: The Case for a Federal Solution to Foreign Judgment Recognition
Should State Law Rule the World? A Call for Caution in Applying State Law in Transnational Tort Cases
Improving the Environment for Business in Australia
Frequent Filers: Repeat Plaintiffs in Shareholder Litigation
Privatizing Public Enforcement: The Legal, Ethical and Due-Process Implications of Contingency-Fee Arrangements in the Public Sector
International Comparisons of Litigation Costs: Canada, Europe, Japan, and the United States
Land Rush: The Latest Legal Frontier of Unclaimed Property Enforcement and Litigation
The Trial Lawyers' New Merger Tax: Corporate Mergers and the Mega Million-Dollar Litigation Toll on Our Economy
Federalism, The Framers, and Federal Legal Reform: Setting the Record Straight
Legal Limbo: Seeking Clarity in How and When the Department of Justice Declines to Prosecute
The Exclusion Illusion: Fixing a Flawed Health Care Fraud Enforcement System
Stopping the Sale on Lawsuits: A Proposal to Regulate Third-Party Investments in Litigation
101 Ways To Improve State Legal Systems
2012 U.S. Chamber of Commerce State Liability Systems Ranking Study
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