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Too often activists manipulate the legal system to advance an anti-free-market agenda that hinders innovation and limits freedom and choice. Our legal system should strive for fairness, predictability, and efficiency; claims presented by experts must be based on sound scientific methodology; and lawyers must not be allowed to expand and abuse traditional legal theories in an attempt to regulate safe, everyday products through the back door.
Civil Justice Reform

Oklahoma Going After BigPharma

Jennifer C. Braceras | Featured in
Civil Justice Reform

How Nuisance Lawsuits Are Hurting Innovation

Jennifer C. Braceras & Julie Gunlock | Featured in
Civil Justice Reform

Rounding Up the Science Behind the RoundUp Litigation

Jennifer C. Braceras | Our Work
Civil Justice Reform

Public Power, Private Gain: Issues in Third-Party Litigation Finance

Erin Hawley | Blog
Civil Justice Reform

A tale of two injunctions — how a district court abuses its discretion

Erin Hawley | Featured in
Civil Justice Reform

Takeaways: Nuisance Lawsuits Won’t Solve Opioid Crisis

Jennifer C. Braceras | Our Work
Civil Justice Reform

Legal Brief: Nuisance Lawsuits Won’t Solve Opioid Crisis

Jennifer C. Braceras | Legal Policy Focus
Civil Justice Reform

Climate Litigation Isn’t the Answer

Jennifer C. Braceras | Featured in
Civil Justice Reform

Legal Brief: Global Warming Nuisance Lawsuits

Erin Hawley | Legal Policy Focus
Civil Justice Reform

Bugged by Junk Science

Angela Logomasini | Featured in
Civil Justice Reform

The Nuisance Of Alarmist Litigation

Julie Gunlock | Featured in
Civil Justice Reform

The Trial Lawyers’ War Against Wal-Mart

Charlotte Allen | Blog

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