Everyday Law

December 18, 2008

Pants guy loses his appeal — thank goodness!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Amy Kleinpeter @ 11:16 pm

If I have to hear about the idiot who sued a drycleaner for millions of dollars over some mishap involving pants — AND how this is an example of trial attorneys ruining the country one more time I may have to SCREAM.

Doesn’t anyone notice that the idiot represented himself? He’s a judge, yet he could not find a single attorney to represent him? Maybe that is a sign that attorneys actually DO screen their cases? But really, why mess up a good fund-raising story with logic…

I cannot believe honest thoughtful people would allow this story to be a bonanza for groups trying to change the Consumer Protection Laws.  I mean seriously — one nutter and his pants and now suddenly we need to rewrite laws?  That makes no sense, that is simple hysterics.

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