Law360 (Mar 30, 2021, 4:45 pm EDT) – Months after the 2000 film “Erin Brockovich”, a lawsuit broke out between the small town of Hinkley, California, and a water company that poisoned its water, Thomas Girardi and the rest of the United States dramatized The film’s heroes of lawyers were preparing for a case that seemed fit for a sequel.
Girardi Keese founder Thomas Girardi, pictured in 2014, made his fortune in the world of weapons of mass destruction before his career imploded with the admission in December that he had misused millions of dollars in his clients’ settlement funds. Decades of complaints from its customers have highlighted systemic problems with weapons of mass destruction. (Robyn Beck / AFP via Getty Images) This …
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