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Brad Moore Becomes Public Justice President

Public Justice President Brad Moore Speaking at the 2015 Public Justice Gala in Montreal. “I was meant to be a part of this place.” That’s how Brad Moore, the newly elected President of the Public Justice Foundation, described the natural fit he sees between his work…

Rosa Moreno Receives 2015 Illuminating Injustice Award

Rosa Moreno, a woman from Mexico who lost her hands while manufacturing LG televisions, then was denied an opportunity to sue LG due to a technicality, received Public Justice’s Illuminating Injustice Award on Monday. Moreno lost both her hands when the metal press she was…

New York School District Settles Anti-Semitic Bullying Case

Graffiti photographed by security at Pine Bush High School. A New York state school district has agreed to sweeping changes that will protect children from systemic harassment and bullying, as part of a settlement with five current and former students who suffered virulent anti-Semitic harassment…

Settlement with Factory Farm to Ensure Clean Water for Washington Community

An image from the Ericksen Report, submitted by the plaintiffs in this case.  Public Justice and its allies today secured settlements with four industrial mega-dairies in rural Washington responsible for contaminating groundwater. The settlement will ensure clean drinking water for the surrounding community. Four Washington…

CFPB Report Finds Forced Arbitration is Bad for Consumers

photo credit: plastic please via photopin (license) By Aidan O’SheaCommunications Specialist A report released today by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has found that forced arbitration clauses – language in consumer contracts that pushes any customer dispute out of court and into a private, secret,…