Mr. Vivek Krishna is an expert in labour matters. He has fifteen years of experience in HR. He has worked for reputed companies like
TATA-HITACHI joint venture,
Ceratizit, Austrian Multi-National,
Adhunik Group Company,
He was in leadership role in all his assignments. Mr. Vivek Krishna holds a Post Graduate Diploma degree in Personnel Management &
Industrial Relations from Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi. He has passed LL.B. from Ranchi University, Ranchi.
Mr. Vivek Krishna is the founder and CEO of Legal Business Consultancy which primarily caters to Labour matters and Legal Obligations for the Companies operating in Jharkhand and Bihar. Mr. Vivek Krishna has conducted many domestic enquiries as Enquiry Officer. He has utilized the knowledge so gained in writing the current book which will be beneficial for professionals in Administrative, Managerial and Legal field.
Don Blankenship, head of Massey Energy since the early 1990s, ran an industry that provides nearly half of America's electric power. But wealth and influence weren't enough for Blankenship and his company, as they set about destroying corporate and personal rivals, challenging the Constitution, purchasing the West Virginia judiciary, and willfully disregarding safety standards in the company's mines—in which scores died unnecessarily.
As Blankenship hobnobbed with a West Virginia Supreme Court justice in France, his company polluted the drinking water of hundreds of citizens while he himself fostered baroque vendettas against anyone who dared challenge his sovereignty over coal mining country. Just about the only thing that stood in the way of Blankenship's tyranny over a state and an industry was a pair of odd-couple attorneys, Dave Fawcett and Bruce Stanley, who undertook a legal quest to bring justice to this corner of America. From the backwoods courtrooms of West Virginia they pursued their case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and to a dramatic decision declaring that the wealthy and powerful are not entitled to purchase their own brand of law.
The Price of Justice is a story of corporate corruption so far-reaching and devastating it could have been written a hundred years ago by Ida Tarbell or Lincoln Steffens. And as Laurence Leamer demonstrates in this captivating tale, because it's true, it's scarier than fiction.