Opinion








There is a great paradox in our civil justice system. In many cases, the moment a personal injury occurs, the defendant’s problems are entirely over while the plaintiff’s problems are just beginning. Take Kara, who […]

Power to the Plaintiff



When victims of police misconduct win civil cases against the offending officers, who pays? The answer, according to the overwhelming body of civil doctrine, should be the cops in question. But in reality it’s almost […]

Taxpayers Paying for Police Misconduct



Legal funding saves plaintiffs from an expensive desperation tax.
Lawsuits are supposed to make harmed people whole again, but it’s not that easy. The legal system is flawed, defendants are savvy repeat-players, and the people and companies seeking justice often find themselves in desperate […]

Introducing: The Desperation Tax