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Public Justice

  • Michael Pitt Named Public Justice President

    Champion of people injured by employers and governments to lead organization for one-year term Public Justice’s new president, Michael Pitt, began his path to becoming a leading employment and civil rights litigator when he joined the free legal aid clinic at Wayne State Law School…

Taking on Trump: Where We Stand

The Trump Administration and lawmakers in Congress have proposed dangerous nominees, and alarming policies, that would roll back progress on consumer protection, civil rights, fighting climate change and access to the courts. Here’s how Public Justice is responding.

  • Public Justice Announces Finalists for 2018 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award

    The four finalist cases for Public Justice’s 2018 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award include landmark cases dealing with fraud in medical equipment, discrimination in providing spousal health insurance benefits, fraudulent debt collection, and child sex tourism. The award celebrates and recognizes the work of…

Of Big Fish and Small Pools: Corporations Try to Avoid Accountability by Raising Burden of Proof on Consumers

Unhappy with the power of the class-action device, corporate America is doing everything it can to take that power away from consumers. But Public Justice is committed to protecting consumer rights. The class-action device is the single most important tool for consumers to make sure that companies don’t lie, cheat, or steal.