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Kerry Jackson – Tort System Enriching Lawyers and Not Helping Victims

Our guest this week is Kerry Jackson, PRI senior fellow at our Center for California Reform. He and senior fellow in business and economics Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D. co-authored PRI’s new study “Enriching Lawyers and Not Helping Victims: Why tort reform will help grow the economy and address injustice. The study ...
Business & Economics

NEW STUDY FINDS

Americans Pay $1,300 ‘Tort Tax,’ Fixing Legal System Would Grow Economy by 2 Percent

Americans pay a “tort tax” of $1,300 per person thanks to lawsuit abuse, and reforming the legal system could boost the U.S. economy by 2 percent over time, finds a new study released today by California-based, nonpartisan, free-market think tank, the Pacific Research Institute. “Frivolous lawsuits reduce economic opportunities, jobs, ...
Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden Discusses the Cost Benefits of Eliminating Wisconsin’s Minimum Markup Law in the Madison Reporter

PRI senior fellow in business and economics Wayne Winegarden was interviewed by the Madison Reporter on the cost benefits of eliminating Wisconsin’s minimum markup law than a gas tax holiday. “Eliminating the minimum markup law would create a healthier competitive environment and have beneficial cost implications in the longer-run than ...
Business & Economics

Tort Reform (Tort Law Tally)

Tort reform іѕ a well Ɩονеԁ call-tο-proceedings when іt comes tο healthcare legislation. In general tort reform in thе healthcare arena refers tο sinking lawsuits οr hυrtѕ related tο medical malpractice. Several states hаνе enacted tort reform. Nο one argues thаt frivolous lawsuits need tο bе eliminated; rаthеr thе debate ...
California

Kerry Jackson – Tort System Enriching Lawyers and Not Helping Victims

Our guest this week is Kerry Jackson, PRI senior fellow at our Center for California Reform. He and senior fellow in business and economics Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D. co-authored PRI’s new study “Enriching Lawyers and Not Helping Victims: Why tort reform will help grow the economy and address injustice. The study ...
Business & Economics

NEW STUDY FINDS

Americans Pay $1,300 ‘Tort Tax,’ Fixing Legal System Would Grow Economy by 2 Percent

Americans pay a “tort tax” of $1,300 per person thanks to lawsuit abuse, and reforming the legal system could boost the U.S. economy by 2 percent over time, finds a new study released today by California-based, nonpartisan, free-market think tank, the Pacific Research Institute. “Frivolous lawsuits reduce economic opportunities, jobs, ...
Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden Discusses the Cost Benefits of Eliminating Wisconsin’s Minimum Markup Law in the Madison Reporter

PRI senior fellow in business and economics Wayne Winegarden was interviewed by the Madison Reporter on the cost benefits of eliminating Wisconsin’s minimum markup law than a gas tax holiday. “Eliminating the minimum markup law would create a healthier competitive environment and have beneficial cost implications in the longer-run than ...
Business & Economics

Tort Reform (Tort Law Tally)

Tort reform іѕ a well Ɩονеԁ call-tο-proceedings when іt comes tο healthcare legislation. In general tort reform in thе healthcare arena refers tο sinking lawsuits οr hυrtѕ related tο medical malpractice. Several states hаνе enacted tort reform. Nο one argues thаt frivolous lawsuits need tο bе eliminated; rаthеr thе debate ...
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