Tuesday, April 21, 2015

You expect ethical conduct from the Brady Center?

Earlier this week, the Brady Center's Legal Action Project attorneys Jonathan Lowy and Alla Lefkowitz withdrew from a Wisconsin lawsuit after inadmissible evidence was published on Brady’s website in violation of Wisconsin’s rules of professional conduct concerning trial publicity.

Automakers want to force people to come to them for service.  Because safety and copyright.

The proper response that comes to mind is "Kiss my ass."


Windy Wilson said...

"Cash for Clunkers" had as a side benefit helping the automakers do this. No one ever seemed to ask why it only applied to such a narrow range of the used autos on the road (older cars were not included). Get rid of non-polluting newer used cars now, get rid of older cars later as the parts supply dries up and they become gross polluters.

How long until the non-dealer affiliated shops are closed because of copyright?

Anonymous said...

Well ....Since the Brady's are gone, their kids [?] not interested in picking up their parents legacy. What else can/has the center can do?
Other than team up w/MDA??

Roger V. Tranfaglia