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Mar 1, 2013
Article #201
Author: Mel Jones

The left is always concerned about equality and fairness - a standard mantra in fact -  so why hasn't anyone on the left started to push for nationalizing the legal profession?  It is the poor that suffer the most from lack of adequate legal representation in criminal as well as civil cases. The rich can afford great legal advise and representation while the poor must depend on public provided representation that is often over burdened with cases.

So if you're on the left, then let's start the chatter about this issue and get rid of those pisky lawyers who milk the hell out of the poor - in one case a client of mine had severe brain damage cause by the negligence of a hospital staff. He won the case and got a $1.2 million settlement. The LAWYER took $700,000 of it and he got $500,000!  Is that justice?

The legal industry is the least regulated industry on the planet - hell their the ones writing the laws - why would they write laws regulating themseleves!

We must stop this legal abuse and start to push for Gov't regulation on the legal industry!!!



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Mel Jones is one of the premier restaurant brokers in the nation having published hundreds of articles on buying and selling a restaurant and bar business, selling thousands of restaurants in CA., WA and AZ and building one of the most copied business models in the brokerage industry.  Mel started SellingRestaurants in 2004 with the one simple concept, give the buyers the information they need to make intelligent buying decisions without being pestered by a broker or hiding information, prepare the business for market by researching key details that make or break deals and educate the buyer on the buying process to create an intelligent buyer.  Prior to SellingRestaurants, Mel was a Chief Financial Officer for Universal Music Group, the largest music company in the world.  There he participated in more than $11.5 billion of merger and acquisition transactions.  He also work for top companies such as Nestle Foods, USA. He hold a Bachelors in Business Administration Finance as well as attened Law School at Gonzaga University.  Give Mel a call at 480.274.7000 or e-mail him at [email protected] if you have any questions. 

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