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Gnawing on the Olive Branch


The Chungs, who own the dry cleaners that was sued for a bazillion dollars by a DC administrative judge over a pair of lost pants, have withdrawn their motion to have court loser Roy Pearson pay for the $83,000 they chalked up in legal fees.

All the Chungs "want to do is make this case go away" so they can return to their lives, and they hope by "offering this olive branch" that Pearson won't appeal.
Any hope that Pearson might not file an appeal has grown slimmer...

After universal condemnation, an initial loss, and potentially losing his job over this, why would Roy Pearson continue?


Read the whole story of "The Pants Lawsuit"
Tags: legal reform
by Brett Rogers, 8/15/2007 11:42:03 AM


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