Lawmakers Denounced for Pushing Punitive Damages in Last-Minute Amendment

Illinois Businesses Brace for Increased Costs and Diminished Appeal as Trial Bar Pushes for Punitive Damages in Wrongful Death Cases

Florida Named Judicial Hellholes Point of Light, DeSantis’s Efforts Praised

2023 legislative session resulted in landmark legal reforms, ATRF says

New Florida Bill to Regulate Misleading Legal Services Ads on Pharmaceutical Drugs and Medical Devices

ATRA’s Latest Data Reveals $271.8 Million Spent on Legal Services Advertising in Florida in 2022; Florida Accounted for Nearly 20% of Radio Ad Spending Nationwide

New Bankruptcy Filing Will Resolve Claims, Not Provide a Windfall for Lawyers

Today, Johnson & Johnson announced it will resolve approximately 60,000 talc claims through the bankruptcy process, allowing claimants to get fair resolution without having to wait through a lengthy trial. […]

Florida Lawmakers Pass Landmark Legal Reform

HB 837 heads to Governor’s desk

Florida Lawsuit Abuse Reform Prioritized by Governor and Legislative Leaders

American Tort Reform Association leads on advocating for transparency in damages in civil cases

ATRA Disappointed With IL Supreme Court BIPA Expansion

The American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) is disappointed in today’s decision out of the Illinois Supreme Court to expand the statute of limitations to five years for Biometric Information Privacy […]

Third Circuit Ruling Blocks Bankruptcy Proceedings for LTL Management

The American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) is disappointed to learn that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled against LTL Management, LLC in a case regarding the […]

Gov. DeSantis Signs Key Legal Reform Bill In Florida

SB 2-A to improve FL property insurance; addresses assignment of benefits, one way attorney fee shifting, third-party bad faith

ATRA Brief Calls on SCOTUS to Review Near Limitless Per Violation Civil Penalties

Arbitrary, excessive punishments result from lack of clarity under some laws

Frivolous ‘No-Injury’ Lawsuits Thrive in California

State ranked No. 3 among worst ‘Judicial Hellholes’ in nation with residents paying $1,900 per year in ‘tort tax’