New York

New York is ranked #29 in the 2017 Lawsuit Climate Survey: Ranking the States, its lowest score ever. New York City was named one of the cities or counties with the least fair and reasonable litigation environments.

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  1. In the News Today - October 25, 2018

    October 25, 2018 | News

    New York AG Sues Exxon For Allegedly Defrauding Investors Regarding Climate Change's Effects on Business; "Time for Another Round of Securities Class Action Litigation Reform?"... Read More

  2. U.S. Chamber Comments on New York Lawsuit Against ExxonMobil

    October 24, 2018 | Press Release

    Lisa A. Rickard, president of the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) made the following statement about the lawsuit filed today by New York State against ExxonMobil using the Martin Act:... Read More

  3. In the News Today - September 13, 2018

    September 13, 2018 | News

    State-Backed Insurer to Hold Hearings on AOB Abuse; New York Federal Judge Tosses Lawsuit Lending Case... Read More

  4. NYT: Federal Investigation Into Lawsuit Lender/Doctor Scheme is Intensifying

    September 12, 2018 | News

    Federal prosecutors have ramped up their investigation into a scheme organized by lawsuit lenders, lawyers, and doctors that may have "lured women into having pelvic mesh implants removed," The New York Times reports. ... Read More

  5. NYC Bar Committee Chair: Some TPLF Arrangements "Run Afoul" Of Ethics Rules

    August 21, 2018 | News

    Professor Bruce Green, the chair of the New York City Bar's Committee on Professional Ethics, told Legal Newsline in Forbes "that some ways of funding lawyers, financing lawyers, run afoul of the fee-splitting" guidelines.... Read More

  6. A Big Win for Integrity: New York City Bar Association Rules Out Splitting Fees With Investors

    August 16, 2018 | Blogs

    One of the most influential bar associations in the country has voiced a full-throated condemnation of a core element of the litigation funding business model: promising a percentage of anticipated fees in exchange for cash.... Read More

  7. In the News Today - August 13, 2018

    August 13, 2018 | News

    Litigation Funders Rail Against NYC Bar's TPLF Warning; A Culture of "Lawyer-Powered Litigation": A Warning to Florida's Small Business Owners... Read More

  8. In the News Today - August 9, 2018

    August 09, 2018 | News

    Lawsuit Reform is Key Ingredient for Arkansas' Future; Lawyer-Lender Fee Deals An Ethics Breach, NYC Bar Says ... Read More

  9. Attorney: Asbestos Litigation Reform Needed Even After Silver Sentencing

    August 06, 2018 | News

    Though the seven-year prison sentence of former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver should help discourage abuse in the asbestos litigation arena, a Chicago-based attorney told Legal Newsline that there are still "strong financial incentives to game the system" that must be addressed through reform.... Read More

  10. Judge Dismisses New York City's Lawsuit Against Major Energy Companies

    July 20, 2018 | News

    A federal judge in New York dismissed a lawsuit filed by New York City against major energy companies over the potential effects of climate change, the New York Times reports.... Read More