Improving the Availability and Affordability of Pandemic Risk Insurance: Projected Performance of Proposed Programs
This report evaluates and models proposals for an insurance-based program to provide businesses with resources to maintain payroll and benefits and cover ongoing operating expenses during a pandemic.
Jun 15, 2021
The U.S. civil justice system was forced to change in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Panelists in this virtual conference addressed the effects of COVID-19 on the civil justice system and how lessons learned can be applied going forward.
Jun 4, 2021
These conference proceedings from an event organized by the RAND Institute for Civil Justice summarize key points made during a discussion among stakeholders in the legal community about mental health and well-being.
May 11, 2021
The "Rethinking Insurance and Liability in the Transformative Age of Autonomous Vehicles" workshop examined the implications of autonomous vehicle technology for insurance and liability regimes. This publication summarizes key issues from the event.
Jun 8, 2018
Explores the issue of how victim compensation funds (VCFs) impact a victim's likelihood to sue using the tort system. VCFs have become a feature of the policy landscape following high-profile tragedies.
Third-Party Litigation Funding and Claim Transfer: Trends and Implications for the Civil Justice System
In July 2009, the UCLA-RAND Center for Law and Public Policy convened a conference to assess the regulatory implications, effect on dispute resolution, and trends in the development of third-party litigation funding.
Mar 16, 2010