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This investigation uncovered an oil company scandal: Shell Oil Company was planning to close a refinery, even though it was making big profits. The investigation found that, even though Shell Oil claimed the oil field was tapped out, the real motivation for the closure was to fix oil prices.
Business Week investigates on "the new world of assembly-line litigation" in which how-to guides can be purchased for less than $200 and include "almost everything a lawyer needs to get a case started." In addition, organizations such as the Attorneys Information Exchange Group and ATLA "serve as warehouses that help plaintiff's attorneys get the internal corporate documents they need to win over a judge and jury." The result: companies are struggling to defend themselves and there is an unequal balance of power in the court system. Reporter Mike France reports on the secrets of tort lawyers and the victims they are taking down.
CBS News 60 Minutes reported "about the important legal battles between General Motors and plaintiffs in post-collision, fuel-fed fire cases. Through the case of McGee vs. General Motors, we explored the issues of attorney-client privilege, perjury and obstruction of justice."
Wall Street Journal examines secret Pentagon and corporate documents that raise questions about whether the cruise missile is reliable when exposed to sub-zero temperatures.