I am convinced that few folks realize how bad the conduct of a large number of huge corporations has been over the years. As a result, most Americans have no concept of how these giants in Corporate America operate. That is, unless they have been victims of corporate wrongdoing, and even then some don’t fully understand that the wrongdoing they experienced is widespread. But after reading the information relating to corporate wrongdoing set out above, I suspect most – if not all – of our readers may well conclude that:
• Corporate fraud – in many different forms – is a reality.
• Whistleblowers to report fraud are needed.
• The courts must remain open and available to consumers.
• The government must take an active role in combating the fraudulent conduct.
And the sad truth is that we have just reported on some of the larger settlements involving corporate fraud and wrongdoing. Unfortunately, there is much more fraud and wrongdoing in the corporate world. That’s why it’s so very important to keep the courts open and accessible to victims. If any of our readers wonder why Corporate America has pushed so hard to shut down the courts, perhaps this section of the Report may provide some insight on that subject.
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