The UK Adopts a New Ambulance Chasing Rule: Should the USA?

Pioneering Reforms In The U.K For decades, commentators from across the political spectrum have argued the necessity of tort reform. Nuisance lawsuits tie up court systems, limit access for more serious cases and substantially cost average taxpayers. In response to these challenges, the U.K has finally taken action to curb law firms that specialize in … Read more »

Cold Contrast: U.S. and Russia Far Apart On Gay Issues

The LGBT community in the U.S. celebrated a significant victory on June 26 when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision of the the Defense of Marriage Act that denies gay couples federal benefits. That same day, the Federation House in Russia (the functional equivalent of the U.S. Senate) overwhelmingly approved a bill that … Read more »