The New York Times recently published an article about claims of wage theft. The article concluded with two quotes from employer representatives: “This is a classic special interest campaign by the labor unions.” “These are opportunist, opportunistic lawsuits.” To which I say,“So what?” So what if these individuals are protesting and forming special interest campaigns? […]
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State courthouses are full of poor people and some middle class people out of their element. I’ll never forget that was my overwhelming impression the first time I entered one. It has been reconfirmed in every state courthouse I’ve ever been in since. Federal courthouses are generally more luxurious, with a higher class of clientele.