End of an Era? Far from It.

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The Wall Street Journal recently made the case that “the era of tort lawsuits is waning,” but while numbers are down in Texas, there are plenty of signs that some personal injury lawyers aren’t letting up in their efforts to roll back lawsuit reforms and aggressively recruit plaintiffs. The real story may be that it’s […]

Special Delivery? No, It’s a Frivolous Lawsuit.

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Is this news from the 1980s or 1990s in Texas when eye-popping lawsuits filled the airwaves and news pages? Fedex was hit with a $1 million lawsuit, brought by a man who allegedly tripped and fell over a package while exiting his home. While Texas has passed important lawsuit reforms and started to shed its […]

How Texas Performs

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Check out what civil justice reform laws have passed, including when they were passed and whether they have been upheld as constitutional.

Snack Attack Lawsuit

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Two snack-loving men have sued after discovering there are no actual vegetables in Garden Veggie Straws. Read the story of this frivolous lawsuit.

Big Wins for Lawsuit Reform, Consumers & Small Businesses

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85th Session Recap Texas has built a reputation for being the leader when it comes to lawsuit reform, and these two pieces of legislation solidify our reputation for common-sense reforms that keep Texas open for business and ensure our courts are used for justice, not greed. HB 1774, Hailstorm lawsuit reform: Signed by the Governor […]