To Danko, allowing an electric utility like PG&E to be owned by investors is “totally contrary to the interests of safety.” Click here to read more.
Tom Wales, a federal prosecutor, was shot and killed in his Seattle home. Wales had been prosecuting a case involving a Bell Helicopter — an odd case which seemed as mysterious as his murder. Though the murder took place in 2001, Rod Rosenstein announced a few months ago that the murder investigation is still active. …
Mike Danko: Seeking to move litigation from the US to the country where a crash occurred is a common strategy in air disaster cases that, if successful, can leave families with nothing. Read the full Business Insider article online.
PG&E told he bankruptcy judge today that its goal in bankruptcy is to establish a fund against which wildfire victims can make a claim. Lawyers for PG&E’s victims explain why PG&E is not to be trusted. Watch the news clips.