New York state is still a top ‘judicial hellhole,’ report finds

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New York State is holding steady as the nation’s third worst “judicial hellhole,” according to a new watchdog report. The Big Apple’s rotten rank stems from serial plaintiffs and lawyers […]


New York State is holding steady as the nation’s third worst “judicial hellhole,” according to a new watchdog report.

The Big Apple’s rotten rank stems from serial plaintiffs and lawyers taking advantage of a lack of reform addressing litigation abuse — despite earning the same ranking last year, the report from the American Tort Reform Foundation said.

Read more in the New York Post

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