Whether in his employment contract or paperwork for a cell phone, it is likely that the fine print says you can not continue
Concerned about the influence of money in American politics, the huge cash payments to the U.S. Supreme Court signaled their decision to move American citizen - the decision has raised no limits on campaign spending? Companies have their way with the U.S. elections as has already had his way with our media.
But at least we have the courts, right?
evil. The third branch of government is in trouble, too. In fact, access to justice - such as access to elected office, much less an expert on the pole - becomes an advantage only for the rich and powerful.Take
youth report now before a court in Texas. Jamie Leigh Jones says she was drugged and raped while working for the military contractor KBR in Iraq (at that time, a division of Halliburton). Jones, now 26, was on his fourth day in the office in Baghdad in 2005, when she says she was assaulted by seven contractors and captive under armed guard by two police officers KBR in a shipping container.
When the criminal courts not to act, his lawyers filed a civil suit, only to find the answer to all requests for Halliburton was decided in arbitration - because he had waived his right to take the company to court when he signed his employment contract. As Leigh testified before Congress in October 2009, "had given up my right to a jury trial at the age of 20 years and without the advice of counsel." It was a matter of signing or resigning. "I had no idea that the clause was part of the contract, the clause actually meant," said Jones.
Saladoff But look at the pictures presented in the hot coffee and watch the legs cauterized by Liebeck is wild, third-degree burns covering more than 16% of his body. Like any journalist could find at the time, the protocols of coffee from McDonalds has maintained its 82-87 º C (180-190 º F). More than 700 people had been burned by it. Ten years of lawsuits and claims were held not to change. Reply Liebeck was anything but "frivolous."