Daniel Karon has written an excellent article on the potential damages from proposed class action bill

March 23, 2017 by

Dan Karon, one of the leaders of the ABA Class Action Committee, has authored an article that explains how the proposed class action bill, H.B. 985, will hurt businesses that supporters of the legislation contend the bill is designed to assist.

His essay describes how companies operating within the bounds of the law will lose market share, profits and sales to cheaters who aren’t policed. The supporters of this legislation are overlooking its grave consequences on American business.

To read the article, click here: Killing Class Actions Means Everybody Loses

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