Defending factory workers
From the Star-Ledger:
Defending factory workers Roseland law firm giving free aid to employees facing $2M judgment Thursday, April 12, 2007 BY GREG SAITZ Star-Ledger Staff
A Roseland law firm has agreed to represent without cost dozens of former factory workers facing a $2.26 million default judgment, and has asked a federal judge to overturn the award.
In requesting that the multimillion judgment be vacated, attorneys for Lowenstein Sandler described in court papers a "scheme" by Bath Unlimited to stamp out former workers' injury claims before they could be heard in court. (keep reading)