New Fundraiser for American Assoication for Justice
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
How David Beats Goliath
A Fundraiser for the American Association for Justice’s Seventh Amendment Fund
Michael J. Swanson, author of How David Beats Goliath: Access to Capital for Contingent –Fee Law Firms, has initiated a fundraiser for the American Association for Justice’s Seventh Amendment Fund.
The fundraiser will begin on Wednesday, September 14 and end Wednesday, September 28. For every new “like” on the How David Beats Goliath Facebook Page a dollar will be donated to this AAJ fund. Contributions to this fund help provide the resources needed to protect the civil justice system and every American’s right to a trial by jury. *Mr. Swanson has also generously committed to donate all profits from sales of the book to this worthy cause.
Industry veteran Michael J. Swanson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Advocate Capital, Inc., has written a definitive, common-sense book that explains how contingent-fee law firm funding works, who provides it, what it costs, and how law firms can acquire and use it efficiently.
The new book How David Beats Goliath: Access to Capital for Contingent Fee Law Firms addresses a little-known but critical flaw in America’s system of justice. Average citizens who have been injured or wronged through negligence or malfeasance are guaranteed their day in court. In practice, however, this bedrock legal right is often compromised.
*The views expressed in this book are not necessarily representative of the views held by AAJ. Furthermore, the donation of profits from the sales of the books to the Seventh Amendment Fund does not imply that AAJ has endorsed Advocate Capital, Inc. or the book and the views and information contained therein.
Tags: AAJ, AAJ’s Seventh Amendment Fund, Advocate Capital, American Association for Justice, American Association for Justice Seventh Amendment Fund, how david beats goliath, How David Beats Goliath Facebook Page, Michael J. Swanson, Mike Swanson, MJSwanson, Seventh Amendment Fund
This entry was posted on Friday, September 16th, 2011 at 3:22 pm and is filed under HDBG In the News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.