Too Big To Sue is a population of corporations which are at risk of becoming extinct/bankrupt because it is either few in numbers, or threatened by changing economic environments or predation parameters like lawsuits, unions, welfare queens, lazy workers, etc.
Congress passed a law, the "Too Big To Sue Act" to preserve the majestic splendor of corporate power and greed. If these corporations were to disappear, who will hire the lazy unemployed?
A separate law was passed, the "Too Big To Fail Act" to salvage banks from becoming extinct.
American Law Series