Posts Tagged 'congress'

Lopez McHugh Releases Statement on H.R. 985

Last night, the House Judiciary Committee voted a bill out of committee that if passed into law, would eviscerate Americans’ abilities to bring nearly every type of mass action currently available to them in the Court system. With the stroke of a pen, this new law would eliminate large groups of individuals’ legal rights to take action against corporate wrongdoing. This includes the enforcement of civil rights; as well as consumer, employee, and investor protections.

The Trump administration has already made ...

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Impermanence of Affordable Care Act Means No Limits on Medical Malpractice Claims, According to One New Jersey Case

opponents of affordable care act may be contributing to limitless malpractice recoveryThe Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, is one of the largest and most complicated pieces of legislation in the history of modern government. Created and written to provide health insurance for those who would probably otherwise go without while also trying to take the needs of insurers into consideration, it is also one of the most controversial.

The Act covers everything from payment ...

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