Champerty and the rich rewards for a certain kind of lawyers

 The Flemish Milch-Cow. Crispijn de Passe the Younger, 1646

The Flemish Milch-Cow. Crispijn de Passe the Younger, 1646. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Dalrymple does not consider commercial concerns

incapable of wrongdoing: on the contrary. But neither should they be treated as milch-cows.

Litigation lawyers do not seek to shut down the companies they target, he points out. Their aim to to transfer some of the profits to themselves from shareholders.

Let corporations do what they want so long as we get our cut.

 

 

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