‘Where is tort (anti)reform in politics now?’

“When our class watched the special on New Zealand’s lack of fault-based tort law [excerpt from Adrenalin Nation], I had mixed feelings. On the one hand, it would be nice to have a more efficient system in place to ensure damages were looked after in a timely manner and without the need for costly trials. On the other hand, lawsuits and trials serve as a deterrent to negligence and malpractice. So how can America balance the two? …” (more)

[Alex Nee, The Savory Tort, 29 September]

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