‘Business-Friendly Litigation Overhaul Stalls in Senate’

“The 2016 elections gave Republicans control of the White House and both houses of Congress, and the party seemed primed to make good on a long-standing goal for the business community – enacting sweeping changes to the federal litigation process, including curbs on class actions. The strategy was to fast-track legislation through the House, to give the bills more time to advance in the more deliberative Senate. Today, those plans appear to be in disarray …” (more)

[Bruce Kaufman, Bloomberg BNA, 27 July]

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