Elizabeth Warren, one of several women running for President in 2020, faked having Cherokee Indian blood. Later, as an affirmative action applicant Elizabeth was employed by east coast colleges. Elizabeth Warren was Harvard’s first woman of color.
Now Warren seeks to spin the story whether women got a ‘fair deal’ in compensation from Dow Chemical. Warren was paid heaps of money by Dow Chemical to keep compensation to women as low as possible.
Is Warren faking us again?
When Dow Corning faced thousands of lawsuits in the 1990s from women saying they had become sick from the company’s silicone gel breast implants, its parent firm, Dow Chemical, turned to one of the country’s leading experts in corporate bankruptcies: Professor Elizabeth Warren.
Warren, now a Democratic presidential candidate, has never publicly discussed her role in the case. Her campaign said that she was “a consultant to ensure adequate compensation for women who claimed injury” from the implants and that a $2.3 billion fund for the women was started “thanks in part to Elizabeth’s efforts.”
But participants on both sides of the matter say that description mis-characterizes Warren’s work, in which she advised a company intent on limiting payments to the women.
“She was on the wrong side of the table,” said Sybil Goldrich, who co-founded a support group for women with implants and battled the companies for years. Goldrich said Dow Corning and its parent “used every trick in the book” to limit the size of payouts to women. The companies, she added, “were not easy to deal with at all.” ….
A person familiar with Warren’s role who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe litigation strategy said the future senator was part of a Dow defense team that had containing the company’s liability as a goal….
Shortly after The Post contacted Warren’s campaign for comment on this story, a lawyer from Warren’s campaign called Goldrich, the advocate for breast implant victims, to ask her to make a positive statement about the settlement.
“They asked, ‘Could I make a comment about whether the deal was fair? Would I say it was a fair deal? Was it fair?’ ” said Goldrich, recalling her conversation. “I wouldn’t say that.”
Firenze Sage JAJ48@aol.com I can hear it now after denying she worked for Dow.”But I fought for woman from inside Dow” says Elizabeth Warren. What was her salary??
[Court records indicate that Elizabeth Warren was paid $675. an hour while she was a professor at Harvard University earning about $185 K a year.]