Judges in St. Louis seem to have embraced their reputation for skirting both state law and U.S. Supreme Court precedent.
The “Golden State” is the plaintiffs’ bar’s laboratory for finding innovative new ways to expand liability through both the courts
The prevalence of no-injury lawsuits in Cook County has propelled the county near the top of this year’s list. Litigation
Louisiana’s civil justice system continues to be plagued by the same problems as in years past. If the state wants
Georgia vaulted to the top of the Judicial Hellholes® report in 2022 thanks in large part to a massive $1.7
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania joined Georgia as the nation’s top Judicial Hellholes®.
The capital of Michigan, home to the state’s high court and legislature, is a newcomer to the Judicial Hellholes® list
South Carolina’s asbestos environment continues to erode following its initial appearance on the Judicial Hellholes® list in 2020. In the
New York City has long been known for its beautiful city skyline, and now it’s known for its sky-high verdicts
The 2023-2024 Judicial Hellholes® report shines its brightest spotlight on nine jurisdictions that have earned reputations as Judicial Hellholes®. Some are known for allowing innovative lawsuits to proceed or for welcoming litigation tourism, and in all of them state leadership seems eager to expand civil liability at every given opportunity.