Plaintiffs beware: Adam Liptak’s important lesson for us all

I really didn’t want to read Adam Liptak’s New York Times Sunday business section article, “Friend of the Corporation: The Roberts court has distinguished itself as the most pro-business in decades.”

I knew it would upset me. And it did. But no potential or current plaintiff could get better, if unpleasant, advice about suing corporations. You won’t like what you read but, especially if you seek or are being sought to become part of a class action lawsuit against a mighty corporation, you must read it.

If you’re like me, you don’t accept what this Supreme Court has done to our rights as individuals. You’ll begin thinking how lawyers must find the gaping holes in SCOTUS’s decisions and plow through them on our behalf.

 

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