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Why sue? To hurt businesses for hurting us

I thought of one of my early posts — Why Sue? It’s Political –– as I read Wil S. Hylton’s New Yorker article, “A Bug In The System” (February 2, 2015). Hylton’s story concerns food-borne bacteria that, thanks to an … Continue reading

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Why lawyers may not take sure personal injury lawsuits

This story — Victims of G.M. Deadly Defect Fall Through Legal Cracks – NYTimes.com. — illustrates a hole in the justice system, especially for cases which, as I’ve maintained, are a way plaintiffs’ can challenge and even change or make … Continue reading

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Finding a lawyer: lawyers who do pro bono work

Today’s New York Law Journal published a list of lawyers who have been honored by the Journal as Lawyers Who Lead by Example. Here’s the brief announcement covering the list: Lawyers Who Lead by Example The New York Law Journal … Continue reading

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