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More on The Memorandum

Interview: Robert W. Kelley

More on The Memorandum

Interview by Kelley McLean

What is The Memorandum? The Memorandum is a book about the internal smoking gun documents that we find when we litigate against Corporate America — evidence that these multi-national conglomerates put profit over people's safety and welfare.
How do you find these? It's not easy. They are almost never turned over to us knowingly. We face multiple objections by teams of...

Veterans Disability Appeals Lawyer

Interview: Eric Gang

Veterans Disability Appeals Lawyer

Lawyer Eric Gang

Your book’s title, "Betrayal of Honor" suggests we’re failing our veterans in very big ways. What do you see as the Veterans Administration’s and other inadequacies in this arena? We let these heroes down in important ways falling primarily in these categories: healthcare failures, veteran housing - homelessness, psychiatric care particularly in the PTSD area, lack of...

California Criminal Defense & Civil Rights Lawyer

Interview: Joseph Tully

California Criminal Defense & Civil Rights Lawyer

CA Criminal Attorney Joseph Tully

You make some pretty strong charges in your book, "California: State of Collusion." Isn’t it a bit extreme to claim California law enforcement and courts are peopled with psychopaths? It sounds troubling and extreme but I see it every week as a criminal defense lawyer practicing criminal law in California: psychopaths in law enforcement – and they’re not the outliers!...

New York Divorce & Matrimonial Attorney

Interview: Jacqueline Newman

New York Divorce & Matrimonial Attorney

Staff: As one of New York City’s top tier divorce lawyers you’re often involved in “celebrity” dissolutions and your book, Soon To Be Ex uses many high profile breakups as case studies; what’s different in those cases?
Jacqueline Newman: You’re right, in New York we have more than our share of celebrity divorces and they are definitely handled...

Whistleblower Lawyer & Fraud Recovery Attorney

Interview: Brian Mahany

Whistleblower Lawyer & Fraud Recovery Attorney

Your 16 billion dollar whistleblower win against Bank of America makes you somewhat of a John Grisham-style hero for the little guy. How does that feel? It’s great to finally see some justice in the mortgage mess that hurt all of us but the real heroes are the whistleblowers who risked their jobs, career and reputations to stand up against corruption and fraud. The thousands of special...

New Haven Based Criminal Defense Lawyer

Interview: Norm Pattis

New Haven Based Criminal Defense Lawyer

Defense Attorney Norman Pattis New Book Interview

You are a trial lawyer. How do you find the time to compose the essays compiled in your most recent book, In the Trenches? Finding time to write is never an issue. Writing is a form of therapy. The conflicts and controversies that drive people into a courtroom almost always represent a significant crisis, or turning point, in the lives of the litigants. A good lawyer is simply a...

School Sports & Recreation Injury Lawyer

Interview: Chris Faiella

School Sports & Recreation Injury Lawyer

IP: Why are you writing Perilous Pastimes?
Chris Faiella: As a personal injury – sports injuries attorney I see firsthand the life altering injuries suffered as a result of inept coaches for student athletes, inadequate medical treatment, and defective sports and recreational equipment like ATVs, Jet Skis and the rest. Some injury in sports and recreation are just part of life, but...

Criminal Tax Defense Trial Lawyer

Interview: Michael Minns

Criminal Tax Defense Trial Lawyer

Staff - Why did you write The New IRS Hit List?
Michael Minns - As a criminal tax defense lawyer I see firsthand the outrages against personal liberty perpetrated by the Internal Revenue Service; an IRS grown bloated and uncaring about the U.S. Constitution. Their army of enforcement agents operates with the self restraint of a Mexican cartel and there is no oversight. That’s a...

Mass Action Defense Lawyer Battles Jackpot Justice

Interview: Rob Herrington

Mass Action Defense Lawyer Battles Jackpot Justice

IP: What exactly is a “Mass Action”?
Rob Herrington: A "mass action" is any form of aggregated litigation, where multiple parties (usually plaintiffs) are pursuing similar claims against a common defendant or defendants. The most well known form is the class action, where one or more named plaintiffs seek to represent a class comprised of thousands of individuals who have...

Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Lawyer

Interview: Norm Pattis

Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Lawyer

Prosecutions for white collar crime seem to be increasing in number. Are there just more in the media spotlight or are prosecutors focusing more on this area? Although prosecutors in the federal system are not elected, I believe they are at heart politicians. They are going to prosecute those cases in which they think they can get a conviction. People are angry now about the economy:...