Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
On Wednesday, October 3, 2012, Los Angeles employment lawyer Norman Blumenthal served as a guest on CNN radio talk show "Money For Lunch" where he discussed, among other things, the current state of corporate America and its harmful effect on employee rights and the economy in general.
“The purpose of a corporation is to make money . . . my job is to do what is best for the employee,” explained Blumenthal. When asked if class actions are a good mechanism for employees to recover unpaid wages against their employer, he answered, "Absolutely. The answer is unequivocally yes." Blumenthal closes his discussion of employee rights by stating if the courts eliminate class actions, they eliminate the power of the people. To hear the segment in its entirety, click here.
Money For Lunch is an afternoon business program which airs on CNN radio in Houston and features influential people from all types of businesses and organizations, including doctors, lawyers, and CEOs of large companies. The host, Bert Martinez, along with his guest speakers, talk about relevant financial issues and current events that its listeners can relate to and better educate themselves.
Norman Blumenthal has been representing California workers for over twenty years. He is especially experienced in dealing with wage and hour violations committed by large corporations. He received his law degree at Loyola University in Chicago and is a State Bar Member of both Illinois and California.
About Blumenthal, Nordrehaug, & Bhowmik
Blumenthal, Nordrehaug, & Bhowmik is an experienced class action firm dedicated to challenging large corporations for violations of their employees’ rights. With a combined over 80 years of legal experience, this law firm has won over $1.3 billion dollars in rewards for their clients. For free, confidential legal advice, contact one of their attorneys by clicking here or calling 800-568-8020.