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Immigrant slavery & preventable baby blindness

America’s Lawyer Mike Papantonio discusses a condition in premature babies known as retinopathy of prematurity, and speaks with attorney Virginia Buchanan about lawsuits being brought against medical providers who fail to properly monitor this preventable form of blindness. Mike is the joined by Nina DiSalvo, executive director of Towards Justice, about a lawsuit that was just granted class-action status and could impact 60,000 immigrants who claim they were forced to work for little or no pay while being detained by Immigration and Customs enforcement. Mike then talks to Mollye Barrows, legal journalist for The Trial Lawyer Magazine, to discuss the legality of software created by Uber to evade law enforcement. America’s Lawyer wraps up the show by highlighting a Supreme Court decision impacting race bias in the jury room.

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