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@DanielDFisher — 2,550 followers, 6,259 tweets

Who's to blame for the opioid crisis? Could it include the `60 Minutes man' who tripled the amount of pills authorized during his tenure?  https://legalnewsline.com/stories/514831715-doj-watchdog-isn-t-impressed-with-the-opioid-whistleblower-what-will-jurors-in-historic-trial-think 
Which, given the enormous amounts of money to be used for public health and expenditures, will naturally be open to the public. Along with the important question of how much we citizens will pay our lawyers.
@HoffProf @tedfrank “Litigation deters wrongdoing” is a questionable assumption. Clearly large sectors of class litigation, like M&A suits, deter nothing or companies would figure out how to do deals without getting sued.
@HoffProf @tedfrank Given that companies don’t own printing presses to pay class action fees, and most such cases are settled for insurance limits, spreading the cost to similar businesses, where would the $ come from other than consumers?
“Forced arbitration” is a genius PR term, up there with “swipe fees,” “wage theft” and the timeless classic, “fair share.”
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