U.S. Chamber files amicus brief urging Texas Supreme Court to grant petition to review whether juries should be instructed on the full factors they should consider in failure-to-warn cases and to reverse lower courts' expansion of duty owed to licensed professionals
U.S. Chamber files amicus brief in Kentucky Supreme Court, urging the Court to reverse the court of appeal’s interpretation’s cramped interpretation of the discovery rule for the statute of limitations for tort claims .
Georgia Supreme Court holds that 911 charges are taxes under Georgia law and that plaintiffs cannot bring a damages action against telecommunications companies. The U.S. Chamber and the Georgia Chamber filed an amicus brief in support of these holdings.
U.S. Chamber, Pennsylvania Chamber, and Washington County Chamber of Commerce file amicus brief urging Pennsylvania Supreme Court to reverse lower court’s failure to apply the long-standing “rule of capture” to unconventional oil & gas development
U.S. Chamber files amicus brief urging California Supreme Court to preserve the long-standing rule that a hirer owes no duty of care to protect a contractor from dangerous conditions known to or reasonably discoverable by the contractor
U.S. Chamber files coalition amicus brief arguing California Supreme Court should affirm Court of Appeal’s judgment that California’s Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) does not permit plaintiffs’ lawyers to proceed with representative litigation where the individual plaintiff’s claim is fully settled
Colorado Supreme Court reverses erroneous interpretation of Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Act, holding the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission correctly interpreted the Act to preclude a proposed rule that would foreclose the Commission from balancing the benefits of oil and gas development against potential harms to the environment and public health
U.S. Chamber and CalChamber file amicus letter brief in support of petition for review in California Supreme Court, urging court to grant review of court of appeal’s decision exposing insurance companies to massive civil monetary penalties
Divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court reverses victory for employer in data-breach litigation, holding economic-loss doctrine does not bar employees’ tort claims against employer for alleged injuries resulting from data breach
U.S. Chamber and coalition of business groups file amicus brief urging the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to require trial courts to apportion liability on a percentage, not per capita, basis as required by the Fair Share Act
Fractured Virginia Supreme Court holds that shipyard owed a duty of care to prevent employees from carrying asbestos fibers home on their clothes and exposing others over strong dissent from three justices