As an attorney, Bruce E. Endy did a lot of things as a labor lawyer. He negotiated contracts, tried various cases before the National Labor Relations Board, fought against strike injunctions, and fought for the right of workers to organize and join unions. But this memoir doesn't cover that part of Endy's life as an attorney. In Saving Harry, Endy focuses on the work he did helping everyday people (the Harrys and Harriets of the world) earn unemployment compensation, receive health care, and get their jobs back. Each chapter focuses on a particular Harry or Harriet- generally a member of one of the unions Endy represented who was, for a variety of reasons, out of work or in a tough spot. Saving Harry discusses the personal and legal drama of people facing down courts, corporations, and other daunting, sometimes scary, obstacles to finding justice with help from a caring lawyer.
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|Size: ||186 KB|
|Publisher: ||Lulu Publishing Services|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781483435602 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|