Friday, April 22, 2011

Litigation provides justice for those able to pay

Litigation provides justice for those able to pay. Large institutions, having access to their shareholders' money, can engage clever counsel and can require that any plaintiff have virtually limitless funds to prosecute the suit. This does not make sense for most
people, which is the reason why the courts have ceased their traditional
role of providing justice for the common man.


See:  Investor sues Citi board over mortgage shoddy ops in Reuters (Apr. 20)

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