As Supreme Court begins term, film finds it's 'open for business,' not consumers

, The National Law Journal


A liberal public interest group in Washington released a new documentary Monday that focuses on three Supreme Court rulings that the group says has favored big businesses at the expense of consumers and victims of discrimination.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    If radical anti-capitalists were ever to get their sue-first, consider-the-consequences-later way, any and every job that could be performed outside the United States would be performed outside the United States. Thus America’s business-bashers should be careful what they wish for, else the "little" guys and gals for whom they purport to fight might someday find themselves permanently out of work and truly destitute.

  • ELois Poole-Clayton

    In many cases, the law is NOT applied as it should be, which causes taxpayers MORE money, for cases to be continued in courts.

    Along with special privaleges that judges/lawyers has received in courts for too long, caysing the wrong litigant to prevail.

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