Class Action Suits

Linda talks with Heidi Li Feldman, an Associate Professor of Law at Georgetown University, about class-action lawsuits. She says that class-action law has become one of the few recourses for the "little guy" against big corporations. The other route is legislation, which Feldman says often doesn't work because the big companies have big lobbies.



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