The American Lawyer spoke with Darren Check, a partner at Kessler Topaz, for an article in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
The article examines the impact President-elect Donald Trump may have on the plaintiff’s bar once he assumes the presidency. Some have speculated that Trump may weaken financial regulations, potentially making fraud more difficult to expose and litigate.
“We’re of the mind that not a whole lot will change,” Check told The American Lawyer. “There will always remain some mechanism for holding people accountable.”
Read the article here.