Episode

4/21 Linda Lipsen: Trial Lawyers Who Fight Corporate Power

April 21, 2015

Linda Lipsen of the American Association of Justice, explains why regular Americans need access to the Court system. What does keeping access to the Courts mean and why many companies believe they shouldn’t be held accountable. the important relationship between trial lawyers and regulation. How trial lawyers confront corporate bullies. Identity theft and how corporations are working to get Congress to protect them for their own failures in security. America’s corrupt arbitration system. Also how to protect the integrity of the Courts and protections for working Americans.

On The Fun Half: we read iTunes reviews. Bill O’Reilly says he is the “enemy” because he is a powerful white man. Scott Walker goes Pat Buchanan on immigration and the Koch’s back him. Glenn Beck and Scott Walker talk about Scott Walker’s soul. And your calls and IMs.

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