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Look, the clients have been through this mega-porking AT LEAST once before so I have no real sympathy for them. Any manager signing a contract with these guys better be prepared to grab his ankles and Bite the Pillow...hard and OFTEN!
And staff performing 44 billable hours per week is based in Bangalore at $2 an hour and CSC can invoice client over $125 an hour or more .... hey, great for shareholder value. Not for good client service of course but when did CSC ever both with that nasty little detail.
CSC had forced OT in 2001 so [mis] management is up to their tired old tricks. I'm sure this isn't the first time they've done it in that timespan, either. Mis-mamagement is an Equal Opportunity Porker: the stockholders, employees, and customers all get their fair share of the abuse!
Why should anyone support anything that locks him / her out of the system. The whole point of the legal system is to afford people an avenue of redress for a grievance. Of course, if companies acted in ethical, moral manner, the need to sue would be minimized.
Why doesn't the legal profession police itself? Why don't lawyers refuse to take a case because it has no merit? May be because it is his / her profession. Perhaps the because the case does have merit?
What would you do if tort reform came to be and then you found yourself unable to sue a company, a medical device maker, or a doctor?
I want an unencumbered legal system. I want lawyers, judges, and juries to perform his / her job justly. Is that to much to ask for?