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Video – Attorney Michael Campbell Discusses How You May Have Rights But Cannot Enforce Those Rights Realistically!

Video – Attorney Michael Campbell Discusses How You May Have Rights But Cannot Enforce Those Rights Realistically!

Michael Campbell – Business Dispute Attorney – Pierce County, WA

“This brings me to another point. People have rights. They say, well, it’s my legal right. I have a right to do this. There’s no….no, you don’t have a right. They’re always talking about rights. But rights don’t mean anything if they can’t be enforced.”

Ray Hrdlicka – Host – Attorneys.Media

“I see.”

Michael Campbell – Business Dispute Attorney – Pierce County, WA

“And rights don’t mean anything, if it’s going to cost more to enforce your right, then it really makes sense to spend. So, if you’re talking about a little piece of property, and it’s not a very significant portion, and you, the equities are clearly on the side of the other party based on the adverse possession law, it’s probably not worth fighting over. I mean, maybe you have a right, maybe you don’t, there are times when your rights just are meaningless because it would take so much to enforce them.

That’s the problem with consumers against major businesses. Sometimes they have rights, or they believe that they do, and they can’t really enforce them. The company may have more resources available to beat down the poor consumer than the consumer can possibly afford to dispute. So, sometimes you just end up taking your lumps and going on.”

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  • Founded Northwest Law Publishing Co. and published the official Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals Reports
  • Negotiated exclusive marketing license for ORLAW, a CD-based Oregon law product, and merged publishing and real estate finance businesses in Oregon
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