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Fighting Against Fraud and Wrongdoing with Clint Krislov

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Every day big corporations, government, and organizations have the opportunity to steal big by taking a little at a time. From parking meters to phone bills, elections, and just going to work, it costs us money to walk out the door every morning. How often do we think about being wronged, and what do we do about it?

Segments and topics covered on this show: 1) Consumer Fraud and Corporate Abuses – cereals, telephone charges, Google privacy and healthcare; 2) Corrupt and Illegal Government Actions – Chicago’s 75 year sale of parking meter systems to foreign govt’s; 3) Investor Protection and also Whistleblower Cases – records, reporting and protection; and 4) Pension Abuses and also Election Abuses – protecting employees, benefits, and elections.

For over 30 years, Clint Krislov has taken on the federal government and fought for the rights of consumers, investors and taxpayers. As a class action and public interest lawyer, Mr. Krislov heads the Chicago-based firm, Krislov Law(Krislov& Associates, Ltd.), battling corporate and government wrongdoing. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Krislov has forced improvements in the City’s pension funding, and he has saved retirees’ promised healthcare coverage.  Mr. Krislov has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for defrauded investors, and has protected the ballots of absentee voters, and has stopped felon aldermen in Illinois from regaining their old offices.  Most recently Mr. Krislov has obtained refunds for holders of Sharper Image gift cards, and he is fighting to get the same benefits for holders of gift cards in the Borders bookstore bankruptcy (with over $150 million outstanding in unredeemed gift cards). Mr. Krislov is a graduate of Cornell University Law School, and Northwestern University.