Employees are too reluctant to assert their legal rights

All cases settle at discount to their maximum potential value, but there’s no need to give away money you worked hard for.

It’s no surprise Walgreens want to keep what it stole

It’s not just that consumers and employees will often take a few cents on the dollar rather than let a willing lawyer help them. In many cases, they’ll accept zero.

Big Business uses lawyers but has convinced employees that they shouldn’t.

Resistance — the ways in which we’re psychologically stuck — holds us back

Profit is a healthy, all-American motive

Employees who fear asserting their rights might be better served to fear missing out on the recoveries they’re entitled to

We, our society, and our economy need healthy conflicts.

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