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Public Justice

A consumer reporter who really gets it

By Paul Bland, Senior Attorney This weekend we wrapped up our fall board meetings in Cleveland, the home city of board president Jack Landskroner. While in Cleveland, Jack and I spent some very worthwhile time talking arbitration and consumers’ rights issues with Sheryl Harris, a…

Federal Court Unseals Remington Rifle Court Documents

A federal district court in Montana has ruled that the public should have access to court documents that had been sealed 17 years ago in Aleksich v. Remington, a case charging that defects in a popular Remington rifle caused the rifle to fire without anyone…

Positive ruling late last week from New Mexico Supreme Court

By Amy Radon, Goldberg Attorney By now you’ve probably seen the decision that was handed down last week in the Felts case. The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled that two Internet payday lenders can’t force our client into arbitration. Andrea Felts, a high school administrator,…