No. There are already measures in place to to deal frivolous lawsuits. Time and time again the lawsuit of the hot coffee and McDonald's is brought up as an example of a "frivolous" lawsuit when in actuality what happened to that poor woman was devastating. She had third-degree burns on her thighs and genitalia because of scalding hot coffee that McDonald's had already been warned was way too hot. It had already burned many many people. They had already been told to turn it down. The woman and her family were only seeking medical damages because of the extensive medical care she required. What McDonald's lawyers did instead of just paying her medical care was to vilify her in the press. This tiny little old lady just wanted a cup of coffee and instead she was burned so badly she needed skin graphs and then she was torn apart further on tv. The jury and judge saw through McDonald's and they're disgusting lawyers and awarded her millions because they were just so horrified by what she had been through. I don't trust people in the pockets of big business to decide what is frivolous and what is not.