A clear and forceful explanation from Emily Bazelon of what's at stake in the fight over class actions. Pass it on.
(We've previously discussed one aspect of the Whirlpool case here.)
UPDATE: We previously discussed other aspects of the Whirlpool case here, including some of those addressed by Bazelon as well an absurd argument advanced by Whirlpool premised on the Class Action Fairness Act.
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After the telephone harassment I suffered for months as a result of their STUPID survey business when I used their carpet cleaners, I will never use Sears again.
I sent two complaint letters to HQ, not a single response.
It is not only the machine that stinks, it the whole company!