No Access To Justice

By Philip Cooper
Regular price $10.00

Availability: Usually ships in 3-4 business days. + Available in PDF format for reading on your computer - see bottom of page.
No Access to Justice

Have you ever thought about opening your own business? When hard economic times resulted in Philip Cooper losing his job, he decided to venture out on his own and found his own company. Cooper went through all the proper government channels to receive financial assistance, and the company was flourishing, until his bank decided to change the rules. The bank refused to supply the financing it promised in the original business proposal, and when the companys debt got out of control, the bank took Cooper to court. It wasnt enough to just run the business into the ground by preventing it from finding new investors; the bank has possessed Coopers family home as payment.

In No Access to Justice, Philip Cooper describes his struggles in court over his companys debts, as a warning to potential entrepreneurs who hope to one day open their own businesses.

Published: 2009
Page Count: 80