While a fair and effective legal system allows business leaders to focus on hiring, innovating, and expanding, excessive or frivolous litigation crushes opportunities for private industry and consumers alike. A healthy legal system protects both employees and consumers while encouraging business growth.
Three key Court victories, aided by the Chamber's Litigation Center, helped secure business rights and spur growth.
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The U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform and Litigation Center advocate for a fair and equal civil justice system to foster a healthy business climate, protect employers from abusive litigation, and serve the interests of consumers, not trial lawyers. We work at every level of the U.S. judicial system and with leaders in almost every state, Congress, and around the world to defend the rule of law.
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A fragmented approach to mandatory disclosure requirements risks damaging U.S. capital markets and weakening our economy’s competitiveness.
California's new climate disclosure laws would impose significant costs and compliance burdens on businesses, threaten First Amendment rights, and could lead to a chaotic patchwork of state laws.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and several business groups filed a lawsuit against the state of California over its corporate climate disclosure laws.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Texas Association of Business, and the Longview Chamber of Commerce filed a lawsuit against the FCC over its “digital discrimination rule.”
The San Martín mine case is the first to go before an RRM panel, and the outcomes could set a potentially damaging precedent for labor disputes moving forward, impacting the U.S. business community.
As federal agencies pursue aggressive policy changes through regulation, the Chamber is leveraging its litigation expertise to address these threats.
This Key Vote Alert! letter was sent to the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, supporting H.R. 788, the “Stop Settlement Slush Funds Act of 2023.”
If you assume the U.S. Constitution’s standing rules never apply in state court, think again.
This Key Vote Alert! letter was sent to the Members of the United States Senate, supporting the conference agreement for the Fiscal Year 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).