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Study: State is a ‘saint’

SAN FRANCISCO — The Pacific Research Institute (PRI) has released its report comparing the legal climates of all 50 states. And the report is favorable for Mississippi, ranking it ninth. According to the “U.S. Tort Liability Index: 2008 Report,” North Dakota ranks best in tort costs and litigation risks, while ...
Business & Economics

How has the state’s legal climate changed since tort reform was enacted?

This feature contains responses from industry professionals to questions posed by Business First. Warren M. Enders – Partner, Reminger Co. LPA Ohio’s recent tort reform legislation imposes “caps” on the amount of damages a medical malpractice plaintiff can recover for “noneconomic damages,” i.e., pain and suffering. In cases involving catastrophic ...
Business & Economics

MS ranks as 9th best in US for tort status

The Pacific Research Institute released its report comparing the legal climates of all 50 states. According to the U.S. Tort Liability Index: 2008 Report, Florida ranked the worst in terms of tort costs and litigation risks, while North Dakota ranked the best. In a separate ranking, the study also evaluated ...
Commentary

Maryland in middle of pack on health care control, private insurance access

Maryland ranked 31st among all states in a new study that measures the degree to which patients, health professionals, entrepreneurs and taxpayers have control over their health care. The state also ranked 24th for access to care through the private insurance market and 38th for the quality of its tort ...
Business & Economics

Ohio next to last in economic performance

Ohio ranked second to last in economic performance, only beating out Michigan, according to a report released Wednesday. Think tank Pacific Research Institute’s study found Ohio ranked in the bottom 10 in its ability to expand the economy and incomes, private-sector employment growth, length of unemployment and the average unemployment ...
Commentary

Shill Here, Shill Now

The offshore drilling movement seems silly, but could it spark a smarter movement? “I taught in the second Earth Day,” Newt Gingrich recalled in Real Change, published in January, the most recent of his annual, not-quite-consistent handbooks for conservatives. As gas prices hovered around $3 per gallon, Gingrich told good ...
Commentary

WSJ Examines Recent Ruling Strengthening Legal Job Protections For Women Seeking Fertility Treatment

Wall Street Journal on Wednesday examined a recent ruling by a three-judge panel of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that could strengthen legal job protections for women undergoing fertility treatments. The ruling, the first of its kind at the federal appeals-court level, stated that women who need time ...
Commentary

National Think Tank Releases State Rankings on Health Ownership

National Think Tank Releases State Rankings on Health Ownership Alabama Comes Out on Top, New York Finishes Last San Francisco-Americans lack the basic freedom to make their own health care decisions according to the second edition of the U.S. Index of Health Ownership, an annual report by the Pacific Research ...
Commentary

Florida Low-Income and Minority Students Outperform Average California Students

San Francisco—The Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a free-market think tank based in California, today released a report showing that a disadvantaged socio-economic background does not necessarily consign students to poor academic performance. According to Demography Is Not Destiny: Reform Lessons from Florida on Overcoming Achievement Gaps, low-income students in Florida ...
Business & Economics

China’s New Antitrust Law Crushes Competition and Harms America’s Tech Companies According to a New Report by the Pacific Research Institute

San Francisco – America’s leading tech companies are increasingly under fire from antitrust laws that are being used to crush competition, according to a new report by the Pacific Research Institute, a free-market think tank based in California. Tech Titans or Political Piñatas: How Global Antitrust Laws Spring Up, Beat ...
Business & Economics

Study: State is a ‘saint’

SAN FRANCISCO — The Pacific Research Institute (PRI) has released its report comparing the legal climates of all 50 states. And the report is favorable for Mississippi, ranking it ninth. According to the “U.S. Tort Liability Index: 2008 Report,” North Dakota ranks best in tort costs and litigation risks, while ...
Business & Economics

How has the state’s legal climate changed since tort reform was enacted?

This feature contains responses from industry professionals to questions posed by Business First. Warren M. Enders – Partner, Reminger Co. LPA Ohio’s recent tort reform legislation imposes “caps” on the amount of damages a medical malpractice plaintiff can recover for “noneconomic damages,” i.e., pain and suffering. In cases involving catastrophic ...
Business & Economics

MS ranks as 9th best in US for tort status

The Pacific Research Institute released its report comparing the legal climates of all 50 states. According to the U.S. Tort Liability Index: 2008 Report, Florida ranked the worst in terms of tort costs and litigation risks, while North Dakota ranked the best. In a separate ranking, the study also evaluated ...
Commentary

Maryland in middle of pack on health care control, private insurance access

Maryland ranked 31st among all states in a new study that measures the degree to which patients, health professionals, entrepreneurs and taxpayers have control over their health care. The state also ranked 24th for access to care through the private insurance market and 38th for the quality of its tort ...
Business & Economics

Ohio next to last in economic performance

Ohio ranked second to last in economic performance, only beating out Michigan, according to a report released Wednesday. Think tank Pacific Research Institute’s study found Ohio ranked in the bottom 10 in its ability to expand the economy and incomes, private-sector employment growth, length of unemployment and the average unemployment ...
Commentary

Shill Here, Shill Now

The offshore drilling movement seems silly, but could it spark a smarter movement? “I taught in the second Earth Day,” Newt Gingrich recalled in Real Change, published in January, the most recent of his annual, not-quite-consistent handbooks for conservatives. As gas prices hovered around $3 per gallon, Gingrich told good ...
Commentary

WSJ Examines Recent Ruling Strengthening Legal Job Protections For Women Seeking Fertility Treatment

Wall Street Journal on Wednesday examined a recent ruling by a three-judge panel of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that could strengthen legal job protections for women undergoing fertility treatments. The ruling, the first of its kind at the federal appeals-court level, stated that women who need time ...
Commentary

National Think Tank Releases State Rankings on Health Ownership

National Think Tank Releases State Rankings on Health Ownership Alabama Comes Out on Top, New York Finishes Last San Francisco-Americans lack the basic freedom to make their own health care decisions according to the second edition of the U.S. Index of Health Ownership, an annual report by the Pacific Research ...
Commentary

Florida Low-Income and Minority Students Outperform Average California Students

San Francisco—The Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a free-market think tank based in California, today released a report showing that a disadvantaged socio-economic background does not necessarily consign students to poor academic performance. According to Demography Is Not Destiny: Reform Lessons from Florida on Overcoming Achievement Gaps, low-income students in Florida ...
Business & Economics

China’s New Antitrust Law Crushes Competition and Harms America’s Tech Companies According to a New Report by the Pacific Research Institute

San Francisco – America’s leading tech companies are increasingly under fire from antitrust laws that are being used to crush competition, according to a new report by the Pacific Research Institute, a free-market think tank based in California. Tech Titans or Political Piñatas: How Global Antitrust Laws Spring Up, Beat ...
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