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Missouri Supreme Court Upholds State’s Cap on Non-Economic Damage

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | May 17, 2012

As you may have read, I recently wrote regarding lawsuits that are currently pending in Mississippi, where the proponents of the suits are seeking to have the stat’s cap on tort damages overturned. However, it seems that Mississippi is not the only state that is currently facing this issue. In Missouri, after winning a recent […]

Mississippi Malpractice Insurer Says More Tort Reform is Unnecessary: Plaintiffs’ Attorneys Foresee “Loser-Pays” Will Curb Frivolous Litigation

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | December 8, 2011

Texas Governor and presidential hopeful Rick Perry has publicly touted the success of his state’s “loser pays” law and it appears that quite a few elected officials are taking heed. In fact, Mississippi’s Governor-elect, Phil Bryant, may just have his eye on similar tort reform, and there’s a high probability that such legislation would pass, […]