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July 9th, 2019

ATRA Announces Mid-Year Addition of Oklahoma to Judicial Hellholes List

Once a national leader in enacting fair and balanced civil justice reform for plaintiffs and defendants, Oklahoma, regrettably, has become a place where pervasive liability expansion threatens to destabilize the economy.

Oklahoma’s Attorney General Mike Hunter and his litigation against pharmaceutical companies over the state’s opioid crisis have dominated the news cycles in . . . → Read More: ATRA Announces Mid-Year Addition of Oklahoma to Judicial Hellholes List

September 10th, 2013

Oklahoma Legislators Act Quickly to Restore Tort Reforms Struck Down Earlier by Activist High Court

Oklahoma lawmakers completed a brief but intense special session yesterday by approving 23 separate bills aimed at deterring frivolous lawsuits and making Oklahoma a more business-friendly state . . . → Read More: Oklahoma Legislators Act Quickly to Restore Tort Reforms Struck Down Earlier by Activist High Court

May 24th, 2013

Reformers Score Wins over Lawsuit Lenders in Colorado, Oklahoma

A unanimous Colorado Court of Appeals yesterday ruled against lawsuit lenders seeking to evade the state’s consumer lending laws, and Oklahoma legislators sent a bill to the governor that will subject such lenders to the Uniform Consumer Credit Code . . . → Read More: Reformers Score Wins over Lawsuit Lenders in Colorado, Oklahoma

April 5th, 2011

Oklahoma Bill Limiting ‘Pain and Suffering’ Awards Heads to Governor’s Desk

In a year when many statehouses are lining up in favor of economic growth and against parasitic personal injury lawyers, Oklahoma lawmakers have sent to the governor a bill comprising reasonable limits on awards for noneconomic damages in civil lawsuits . . . → Read More: Oklahoma Bill Limiting ‘Pain and Suffering’ Awards Heads to Governor’s Desk