American Tort Reform Association

American Tort Reform Association
American Tort Reform Association is listed in the Associations category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Tort Reform Association which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Tort Reform Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for American Tort Reform Association is:
1101 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 682-1163

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RT @NJCivilJustice: This is why we do what we do.

Only in hyper-litigious America would someone caught red-handed in the commission of an apparent armed robbery have the gall to consider a lawsuit against the civilian hero who courageously thwarted that robbery.

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WASHINGTON, D.C., September 19, 2017 – The American Tort Reform Association today announced its support for reform legislation introduced by Congressman John Faso (R-NY) that “will allow the federal government …

Today @JohnFasoNy introduced pro-growth reform bill aimed at New York’s Antiquated and Costly ‘Scaffold L…

RT @LawsuitReformNY: Independent Contractor: "I would like to see this law be passed so I can expand my business and help my community to e…

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RT @WVCALA: .@TheHill Opinion: "Opioid litigation shouldn't profit lawyers over patients" by @AmTortReform's @Tiger_Joyce15:…

"Moore has long been aligned with prominent trial lawyers in Alabama, and they have rewarded him with their hefty campaign contributions ever since his nomination to the State Supreme Court. According to, campaign disclosures reveal Moore's 2012 campaign for chief justice received more than $46,000 (in just one month!) from individual plaintiff trial lawyers or their firms, which was nearly half of his total collections for the month of June."- ATRA President, Tiger Joyce
When examining Moore's past decisions in the Alabama Supreme Court, it becomes increasingly clear he sympathizes with his trial lawyer frien...

"More than 100 Americans die of drug overdoses every day, meaning America is “enduring a death toll equal to September 11th every three weeks.” To address this problem successfully, elected policymakers, the expert regulators they appoint, the medical and scientific communities, and law enforcement must work cooperatively to advance the interests of public health and safety. That must be their sole focus." - ATRA President, Tiger Joyce
OPINION | Lawsuits brought by state or local governments must serve the public interest, and not merely the profit-seeking interests of the plaintiffs’ bar.

"Out of the 251 class-actions it studied, the CFPB found the average payout to consumers was a measly $32. The study also found that 87 percent of class-action lawsuits resulted in absolutely no payout at all. Not to mention, it concluded arbitration is up to 12 times faster than litigation. The cost barrier to file a complaint under arbitration is half of what it costs to file a new complaint in federal court." - Tiger Joyce, President of ATRA
We’re on your side. That is the motto of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was created during the Obama administration to ensure banks, lende