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In design, the American legal system is impressive and amazing. In practice, however, it is seriously broken.
Unfortunately, I've been unable to conclude otherwise. My personal experience is limited, but the system seems to yield the wrong result most of the time.
I want to share my legal experiences in part to help others, and in part as evidence in my arguments for reform of the system. The system is failing, and it needs fixing.
It will take a while to put the content together for this section. Meanwhile, here is a list of contents; the pages will not, at first, be fully populated.
Disclaimer: I'm not an attorney, but I've handled some of my own personal and business affairs. I've also done a little research for some attorneys; I've done research for friends; and I've given advice to attorneys and businesses regarding patents and inventions, and negotiated international licensing and distribution contracts, both simple and complex, for my own businesses and others. I've had actions filed against me or businesses I controlled. I've only twice initiated actions: once, after an opponent had filed and withdrawn, before trial, several actions against me as a means of harassment; and the other time after persistent refusal of the other party to perform on an unambiguous contract.
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