Breaking the Litigation Habit: Economic Incentives for Legal Reform

Jan 24, 2000
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CED's report, Breaking the Litigation Habit calls our litigation system "too intrusive, too slow, and too expensive." The current system does not adequately or fairly compensate people for injuries; it imposes costs that threaten to impair economic innovation; and it undermines the trust and civility among our citizens that are essential to a well-functioning, democratic society.