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|Subject: Re: Elizabeth Warren: Her War on Women.||Date: 10/3/2012 2:29 PM|
|Author: TheDope1||Number: 1820606 of 2007355|
I don't know. And neither do you nor SP.
There you go. You could have just typed that the first time, but you had to take a shot at SP instead.
But one could surmise that her role was to simply to assess the validity of patient claims to determine whether or not it was worth pursuing a settlement or if it was worth going to trial. That's a pretty typical thing for a corporate lawyer to do in these types of cases.
Oh, sure. And such an analysis would have included the cost/benefit of going to trial versus pursuing a settlement. And in her capacity of representing Dow Corning, she is required to look at the cost/benefit from DC's point of view of going to trial or not.
Which means she's...advocating on behalf of the Mega Corporation at the expense of the little guy. Thanks. That's game, set and match.
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