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The Fall Research Review reveals the exploding costs of the U. Read More Costs and Compensation of the U. That's the principal finding from ILR's new research, which arrives at that shocking figure by examining data on liability insurance premiums and estimates of the liability exposure of businesses and individuals that are uninsured or self-insured.
The rest went to lawyers' fees and other expenses.
The rest went to lawyers' fees and other expenses Read More A Rising Threat: The New Class Action Racket That Harms Investors and the Economy October 24, Research Abusive securities class action lawsuits are imposing huge costs on investors without providing any benefit, and the only winners are the lawyers, who take home millions of dollars in fees.
An Update on EU Consumer Attitudes Towards Collective Actions and Litigation Funding July 11, Research As the European Commission's proposal on collective actions known as class actions in the United States makes its way through the European Union's legislative process, it is important to assess EU consumer opinion of the proposal and the safeguards included and not included in the legislation.
This survey captured the views of 5, consumers across five EU Member States Read More Lighting the Way: FCA Reform and Compliance Program Credit June 27, Research This paper contends that in order to encourage companies to create and sustain a culture of consistent compliance, particularly with regard to the federal False Claims Act, the U.
Department of Justice should formalize a policy of offering credit for companies that implement effective compliance and ethics programs Superior Court was a clear statement that the days of blatant, unchecked plaintiff forum shopping in search of outsized verdicts are at an end.
ILR's research explores this paradigm shift and provides practical advice for defendants litigating BMS in the trenches Read More Torts of the Future: Autonomous Vehicles May 17, Research Among all emerging technologies examined in ILR's Torts of the Future research papers, autonomous vehicles AVs may be popping up in headlines more than any other.
In order to respond to this trend in public policy and interest, and to provide a valuable tool for legislators, regulators, and businesses seeking to learn more about this topic, ILR has compiled insights from two years of research on emerging liability and regulation issues for autonomous vehicles Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies April 18, Research The second edition of ILR's Torts of the Future research examines evolutions in regulatory and liability trends for emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, wearable devices, and 3D printing.
The research also presents a number of updated guiding principles to inform courts, legislators, and policymakers as they seek to address privacy and safety concerns without derailing or delaying innovation Read More Dubious Distribution: Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Assets and Compensation March 08, Research The asbestos bankruptcy trusts, created with the goal of sustainably processing and paying valid asbestos personal injury claims, are quickly being depleted.
ILR's research finds that of the 35 asbestos trusts operating as of early21 are paying an average of 40 percent less today than inputting future compensation for asbestos victims in doubt.
The paper documents the causes of this rapid depletion, including the highly significant impact of attorney contingency feesThe September/October issue previews state legislative elections and what voters will face on statewide ballot measures.
Also read about efforts to halt sexual harassment in . Costs and Compensation of the U.S. Tort System October 24, The tort system cost Americans $ billion in That's the principal finding from ILR's new research, which arrives at that shocking figure by examining data on liability insurance premiums and estimates of the liability exposure of businesses and individuals that are uninsured or self-insured.
Many U.S. states enacted amendments to their state constitutions which prevented the recognition of some or all types of same-sex unions, but all such amendments were struck down by the Supreme Court of the United States on June 26, , in the case of Obergefell v.
alphabetnyc.com amendments prevented a state from legalizing same-sex marriage, civil unions and domestic partnerships, while others. Hearings and Appeals. The Commission holds hearings to resolve disputes in workers’ compensation cases in the eight District Offices located throughout Connecticut..
The Commission’s Compensation Review Board (CRB) hears and rules on appeals from hearings initially held in the Districts. A new feature we are pleased to make available online is a collection of CRB Calendars that you can.
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These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas in Connecticut.
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