Earlier this month, United States Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Tom Donahue gave the 2017 State of American Business Address in which he discussed the Chamber’s belief that the economy would grow in the coming year, while also targeting current laws and practices that they believe to be in need of reform in order to reach our growth potential.
Chamber Recommends Legal Reform to Grow Our Economy
One of the keystones of the conservative argument for limiting legal expenses is to keep arbitration as part of contracts, liability waivers and agreements. Donohue says that as part of the upcoming healthcare conversations to repeal and replace Obamacare, his team plans to include medical liability reform.
Levin and Perconti has frequently blogged on forced arbitration and the limit it puts on everyday Americans to fairly recover damages when they’ve been physically injured or otherwise harmed at the hands of another. The Chicago medical malpractice attorneys at Levin and Perconti will continue to inform you of current events related to medical malpractice and healthcare under the new administration. We encourage you to check back as the Trump Administration begins to discuss plans to replace Obamacare and the debate over healthcare, legal and economic reform heats up.