YouTube video posted on the Roberts Court: Corporate America’s Best Friend

May 19, 2014 by

LikeMedia Matters released a video explaining why class action lawsuits are important, how they help workers and consumers, giving several examples.

The video places special emphasis on securities cases and employment cases.  Paul Bland at Public Justice was interviewed extensively in the video, although they’ve added in a lot of clever animation, music, motion, photos, news articles, etc.  It is not just a talking head, it’s something aimed at reaching a broader audience. Here’s a link to the video:

The Chamber of Commerce spends hundreds of millions of dollars telling people that all class actions are a scam, cheating consumers and workers and hurting America. We can never match what they spend. Unfortunately, we can’t even come close. But here, a terrific non-profit organization has done us the favor of making this watchable, sophisticated little movie, and it’s free. And YouTube is free, email is free. Without being able to match the Chamber with our resources, we might be able to reach a substantial audience.

Please share the video.

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Steve Larson
An experienced trial lawyer who handles both hourly and contingent fee cases, Steve has expertise in class actions, consumer cases, antitrust litigation, securities litigation, corporate disputes, intellectual property disputes, unfair competition claims, employment matters, and disputes involving family wealth. Steve regularly represents individuals and businesses in federal and state court and has obtained class-wide recovery in multiple class actions. A veteran practitioner, Steve's clients value his creative approach to resolving complex litigation matters.

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