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Saturday, April 26, 2008

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Disgusted Beyond Belief

That's a good point - "large, rich law firm" was a poor choice of words, though I was trying to convey in layman's terms the notion that not just any attorney can file a class action and get it certified.

And I suppose the notion of what would even qualify as "rich" depends on what you compare it to. (People also tend to have the strange notion that all lawyers are rich or at least very well paid, when that is rather far from reality - and if it's not, I want to know where they've been hiding my cut).

Oh, and You're welcome.

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