In the last decade, many corporations have been trying to figure out creative ways to control cost and to increase production. One popular way has been to “outsource” certain tasks to worker... Read more
An editorial appeared recently in USA Today concerning corporate conduct and it was most interesting. In my opinion, the writer was squarely on target concerning wrongdoing in Corporate Amer... Read more
We wrote in the March issue about the push by some to make major changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Since then we have learned that more than 300 of the largest companies in th... Read more
An excellent piece appeared in The Litigation Daily last month that explained how BP has been pulling out all stops in an effort to get out of an agreement that it not only agreed to, but ac... Read more
The judicial system has been under constant and relentless attack in the past two decades. As we all know, most of the attacks have been leveled on state courts. Now there is a shift that in... Read more
Over the past several years we have reported on huge corporations that violated the law, paid large fines, and kept right on “trucking” without missing a beat. Surely the fact that Corporate... Read more
Over the years, the big oil companies have been able to control what happens in Congress and now the American people are paying for it. The companies have gained and maintained control by gi... Read more
There has been a constant cry over the years by many Republican politicians for a cutback in the regulation of certain industries. If anybody believes that either poor, lax or no regulation... Read more
Powerful corporations with virtually unlimited resources are endangering consumers and working openly, and also behind the scenes, to deny folks who become victims of corporate wrongdoing of... Read more
Each night on the news, and in all the daily newspapers, we hear of things like runaway cars, massive vehicle recalls, coal mine collapses, exploding oil rigs, natural gas pipe line explosio... Read more
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