Episode

6/18 Lina Khan: How Corporations Became People You Can’t Sue

June 18, 2014

Lina Khan a policy analyst at the New America Foundation explains why Amazon is not accountable to customers in the same way as Target, the tobacco settlement and how evidence is made public, how government regulation and private suits have a symbiotic relationship, why Jury awards hold corporations accountable, how a leading liberal justice began undermining civil torts, Mitsubishi V Soler Chrysler-Plymouth, how arbitration has been increasingly imposed on the legal process, why we need Class Action suits, why Congress, how corporate contracts are imposed and what one anti trust case against American Express tells us about the future of the ability to hold corporations accountable.

On The Fun Half: more information on what really doomed Eric Cantor, Obama captures Benghazi ringleader and Fox says its to help Hillary Clinton’s book sales, debating the minimum wage, skills and wages, Alex Jone’s Super Female Vitality and your calls and IMs.

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