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In his recent column, Bob Marshall openly adopts the clarion call of environmental activists and trial lawyers who have relentlessly sought to shake down energy producers for years.
That included Brian Beckcom, a trial lawyer in Memorial who represents 200 clients including his wife's uncle who has been living in a tent in his driveway since his home was inundated.
For instance, trial lawyers tried to foist liability on Johnson & Johnson even though its subsidiary JJCI had manufactured baby powder after 1967.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine is expected to join the governor's race next week, while Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan remains another potential candidate who may not make a decision until next year.
Stein began his career as an attorney, working as a trial lawyer for the Federal Trade Commission.
For instance, trial lawyers tried to foist liability on Johnson
Rather than pursuing solutions to address the risk of climate change, these activists, along with trial lawyers, have acknowledged a goal of extracting money from our shareholders and attacking the company’s reputation.
This very day a spokesman for the Alabama Chamber of Commerce, which has endorsed Strange, did indeed go after Judge Roy: for being supported by trial lawyers.
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