Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·April 27, 2014·1 min readThe Daily Dig for April 27 ShareTweetShareSubmit The legal system provides several different avenues for people to right a wrong. Today’s Daily Dig looks at two of them – government legislation and jury verdicts. Brit banks may be compelled to refer customers to alternative lenders New regulations being considered by British legislators could force banks to refer people to alternative lenders in some cases, says James Titcomb. Want to nail the banks? Get them in front of a California jurySee alsoDecember 24, 2015Online lender Pave attracts $300M Juries in California have a history of awarded massive dollar amounts in punitive damages against large corporate types not unlike the banks Eric holder seems to timid to prosecute. Ellen Brown researches the history of this trend. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!