The Advocate supports removal of any barriers to a jury trial. (Continue)
The poor legal climate in Louisiana costs as many as 50,000 new jobs every year, and changes to our system could result in $1.1 billion in savings for Louisianans. (Continue)
Louisiana suffers from excessive litigation today, and extending the prescription period another year will only exacerbate this negative trend. (Continue)
A critical goal of Louisiana lawsuit reform is to reduce excessive litigation by public bodies. LABI supports House Bill 799 by Rep. Stuart Bishop to limit the use of contingency fee contracts by public bodies in Louisiana and add transparency and oversight to this process. (Continue)
Our positions begin by gathering thousands of ideas from businesses, including 60 trade associations and 70 chambers of commerce.
This legislative session, let us pass the legislation needed to finally put this legacy lawsuit lottery behind us and instead fulfill the real legacy we intended to set back in 1996 and in 2012.
MINDEN, La. – Fibrebond has completed the purchase of an 187,000-square-foot production facility once operated by International Paper and Temple-Inland. With the acquisition of the new facility, Fibrebond will have more than 500,000 square feet of production space on 180 contiguous acres in Minde