"If I was [a claimant], I wouldn't hire a lawyer, I'd hire a very good forensic economist to set your losses and present your claims to BP," he says. "If they don't pay it, then go to the [Oil Spill Liability Trust] Fund. The government can duke it out with BP."
Rather than taking on board views that are critical of existing arrangements, tame regulators talk only to proponents of the status quo – Speaking of which – government members are meeting with High frequency trading proponents at a critical time for financial regulation. Is there any lobbyists or proponents for the public?
Great article by the Washington Examiner