What Are the GM Recalls All About? – Advocate Capital


Lance Cooper of The Cooper Law Firm in Marietta, Georgia, interviewed by Michael J. Swanson, Author of How David Beats Goliath – Access to Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms, about the recent GM recalls and why they are important for all consumers.

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