No Contest by Ralph Nader
Corporate Lawyers and the Perversion of Justice in America

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Consumer activist Ralph Nader and lawyer and author Wesley J. Smith take a look behind the scenes of the law business, where the pursuit of corporate profit has eclipsed the pursuit of justice. Nader and Smith use human stories, accurate statistics, and common sense to provide an alternative set of reforms to open the system, streamline justice, and cut legal costs--all while guaranteeing Americans their day in court.

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Ralph Nader, the nationally renowned consumer activist, works in Washington, D.C. Author and attorney Wesley J. Smith lives in Oakland, California. Together Nader and Smith are the authors of Winning the Insurance Game and Collision Course: The Truth About Airline Safety.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Published January 1, 1996 by Random House. 460 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy, History. Non-fiction

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A blistering attack on the tactics used by powerful lawyers to defend major corporations.

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Along with political reforms, the authors find hope in efforts by Harvard Law School alumni to form the Appleseed Foundation, which will establish new centers for law and justice that focus on systemic change, not just legal aid for individuals.

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