Tort Law “to Make Law”

Osorio & Jones Article in August Edition of CEI's Monthly Planet

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A recent little-noticed New York Times story says a great deal about America’s current legal climate: The lawsuit culture is not only taking a toll on American business—it poses a serious threat to representative government.

The July 28 Times article profile led Elizabeth Grossman, the Equal Employment Opportunity

Commission (EEOC) lawyer who handled the case of Allison Schieffelin, a former Morgan Stanley bond trader who sued the brokerage firm for sex discrimination.