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Tuesday, February 27, 2007



That's a bit of a tickytack distinction, no? The purpose of Prop 64 was to prevent people who had no stake in an action from holding up companies for ransom. If a lawfirm is going around suing large companies without having a class member with a legitimate grievance against the company, but is doing so for the purpose of getting access to all the employees' names and addresses to mine for class representatives, that seems similar in spirit to the Trevor Law Group. The mere fact that they put "class action" on their complaint doesn't seem to change the policy rationale.

Kimberly A. Kralowec

I'm not saying the outcome of the case should have been different. I'm saying the reasoning of that paragraph is flawed and that the Court could have reached the same conclusion without including that paragraph.

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