Controlling lawsuit costs will bolster economy
Panel aims to expedite tort bill
Taxpayers pay handsomely to perpetuate lawsuit industry
Texas House tentatively OKs lawsuit reform
After fighting, lawsuit reform bill passes Texas House
Governor Perry vows malpractice reform
Limits on lawsuits: Are they inevitable?
Lawsuit reforms offered
Lawsuit reform bill filed in Texas House
Malpractice, tort bills may combine
Texas lawmaker will ask committee to join measures
Malpractice insurance rate rollback given OK
Fat is as fat does
Isn't anyone responsible for anything anymore?
Hold the French fries for fast-food hungry lawyers
You're fat, Who can you sue?
Don't overlook Texas Supreme Court's contests
Supreme Court Vacancies Swell
Insurers' rates test governor hopefuls
Reject lawyer money, candidate urged
Abbott should investigate new tobacco claims
Halliburton hunkers down to fend off asbestos lawsuits
Decades-old problem is spiraling out of control as plaintiffs' attorneys win big verdicts based on exposure to the deadly fibers even before symptoms appear.
Texas caught in death-by lawsuit spiral
Victims' compensation too often far exceeds all limits of common sense
Cornyn decries 'frivolous' lawsuits, calls for reform