Supreme Court dismisses case over whether one must show harm to sue

Largely overlooked amid the coverage of the Supreme Court's historic health-care law ruling on Thursday was another case that the court dismissed altogether - one that could have long-term implications for corporations facing class-action lawsuits. Full Story
Dr Viking

United States

#1 Jun 28, 2012
Great. This is help for all who are being forced to inhale "DRYER EXHAUST"...

Now you can "SUE" those Investor LLC'S. Making them abide by the LAW... No DUMPING. No Trespassing. Nunance...

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