WHISTLEBLOWER ATTORNEY - IMMIGRATION LAW BOOKS - LEGAL PATERNITY RIGHTS
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whistleblower attorney - The Underground
The Underground Lawyer
Michael Minns's The Underground Lawyer was written as a symbol of growing intolerance for those in government and in law who have abused their power and authority, and abused the rights of every day people. It also serves as encouragement to attorneys who represent these victims and who have found themselves the prey of this abuse. Written in a colorful and vivid voyeur perspective, The Underground Lawyer chronicles actual case histories, courtroom activities, and some of Minn's history-changing appellate decisions where rulings have been overturned. Over the past 25 years, Minns has built a reputation as a fearless legal advocate and crusader for the little guy, and has represented hundreds of clients, from all over the United States, who have been wrongly accused by the IRS, law enforcement officers, government officials and even attorneys who took advantage, misrepresented or abused the rights of their clients. Since its initial release, law students across the country have used Minn's colorful book as an insider's guide that no one is beyond our system of justice - that despite power and authority - if someone has abused another's civil rights, taken advantage of their ignorance, or gone beyond the parameters of their authority, they may end up as the subject of a litigation or even criminal charges. Minns also clearly establishes the ground rules for overturning court decisions on appeal. Many of Minn's appellate decisions have become case law used again and again in similar legal actions.
Food & Water Watch's Zach Corrigan-1
Zach Corrigan, Staff Attorney at Food & Water Watch, prepares to deliver over 5500 petitions to the the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling calling for the shut down of BP's Atlantis, another deepwater rig operating in the Gulf of Mexico. Corrigan testified today about the lack of proper safety documentation on the oil platform first brought to light by whistleblower Ken Abbott over a year ago."
Food & Water Watch's Zach Corrigan-3
Zach Corrigan, Staff Attorney at Food & Water Watch, prepares to deliver over 5500 petitions to the the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling calling for the shut down of BP's Atlantis, another deepwater rig operating in the Gulf of Mexico. Corrigan testified today about the lack of proper safety documentation on the oil platform first brought to light by whistleblower Ken Abbott over a year ago.
Based on the true story of Kathryn Bolkovac, a female police officer from Nebraska who ends up investigating human rights abuses in Bosnia as part of a United Nations peacekeeping force. Caught in the middle of a vicious custody battle with her ex-husband, Bolkovac seizes the opportunity to make a quick US$100,000 tax-free by spending six months in Bosnia as a UN peacekeeper. Soon after arriving, Bolkovac is assigned to work in the UN's Human Rights Commision department where she begins investigating sex assault cases. Her shocking discovery that the Bosnian police and the private contractors hired to stop a civil war are cooperating in a sex slavery ring makes her a target of some very powerful and ruthless people. Can she get the truth out before they get her? This uncut DVD is coded for all regions and will play in North America. It has the original multi-lingual language track with English subtitles. The picture is enhanced for widescreen TVs.