The Voice of Business to Propose Six Priority Bills to Improve Business Climate

On Tuesday, the Montana Chamber Board of Directors held a special Board meeting to discuss priority legislation the organization will look to propose in the upcoming session (see below). The Government Relations Team spearheaded by Todd O’Hair, Charles Robison, and Sheridan Johnson with the Chamber, along with Steve Wade and Brian Thompson from Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven law firm will work to get these bills passed in the months ahead to improve Montana’s business climate.
  • Ballot Initiative Reform
  • Product Liability Reform
  • Third-Party Litigation Financing (TPLF) Reform
  • Time-Limited Demands Reform
  • Third Party Bad Faith Reform
  • Exempt Captive Insurers
  • Reform Attorney Fees in Environmental Litigation
  • Service of Process Timelines
  • Clarify Real Property Statute of Limitations
The Chamber’s Capitol Connection weekly roundtable discussions during the 68th Legislature will resume on Tuesdays at 12noon beginning on January 3, 2023 from the sold out Business Days at the Capitol. Watch for a registration link to the virtual zoom roundtables in next week’s e-newsletter.

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