Why West Virginia Needs Legal Reform

The numbers are in for West Virginia’s economy, and they aren’t good. The state lost 7,000 jobs in 2013, ranked last in job creation and had the nation’s lowest labor participation rate. Sounds like some changes are needed, right? As West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse points out, one change …

Let’s Talk About Jobs

Project Lawsuit Abuse loves talking about jobs. And who doesn’t right now? At a time like this, we’re relieved that the jobs issue seems to be on everyone’s minds. Let’s talk about President Obama’s proposed American Jobs Act. While the legislation includes provisions aimed to aide small businesses – hopefully …

Do as the Texans do!

Some interesting information came our way today: this year alone, at least 18 states have passed legislation to improve the business climates in states. According to UPI, these changes range from class-action filing to property liability. Here at Project Lawsuit Abuse, we’ve been following and advocating for the reform movements …

“Tort Hell” no More; Legal Reform or Bust

Yesterday, a read-worthy piece appeared in the Montgomery Advertiser. The piece commented on a recent column that questioned Alabama’s “Supreme Court judgments and suggesting verdicts based on whims rather than rule of law.” The author just happens to be Lewis Fuller, chair of Alabama Voters Against Lawsuit Abuse. Fuller, a …