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October 20, 2010

Comments

Mark

Folks, why should corporate America lobby and not us plaintiffs' lawyers. We are the ultimate entrepeneurs, small business people and what we do works to help close the income gap somewhat.

SN

The real shame is that companies are spending millions, sometimes millions of investor money, to make sure they can commit fraud and get away with it. With the reality of "agency capture" and the buying of Congress, Plaintiffs' lawyers remain the only bulwark against unrelenting greed of corporations and the new profit center of corporate America, fraud. Keep up the good work.

JT

Not a surprise. Plaintiffs' attorneys know pretty well that you have to spend money to make money.

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