Class Action Study
It would be difficult to find a legal issue more controversial than class action suits. Joseph Garrison, former president of the National Employment Lawyers’ Association, calls class actions “the only way rank and file employees with modest claims have any chance of receiving justice”. Senator Orrin Hatch disagrees, calling class actions, “jackpot justice”. A Washington Post editorial calls class actions, “a high-stakes extortion racket”.
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