The US$54 million Pant Lawsuit.

Posted on November 14, 2007. Filed under: News | Tags: , , , |

In 2005, a judge send his pants to dry clean and it was lost . He sued the Korean owner of the dry cleaners even though the pant was later found.

I think this is certainly the abuse of the judicial system in the US and the judge lost the suit but it caused untold miseries and sleepless nights to the hardworking Korean couple.He had to pay US$100k for the cost of that lawsuit. How much do you think that pant cost? The US is a litigation rich country. Everyone sue everyone to get the insurance money.

Roy Pearson’s term as an administrative law judge expired May 2 and the D.C. Commission on Selection and Tenure of Administrative Law Judges has voted not to reappoint him.

Now, who dares to employ him?Don’t tangle with guys like that…. just one pant for US54million…

The US54 Million pair of pants.

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20070503/cleaners_lawsuit_070503?s_name=&no_ads=

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20071113/pants_lawsuit_071113/20071113?hub=World

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2 Responses to “The US$54 million Pant Lawsuit.”

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serve him right. i have been following this case very closely too. im glad to hear he loss the case and it’s a relief to the korean family meanwhile shows that some light before the tunnel of legal system

Laura1318;I’ll becareful with my words. LOL!

this is completely ridiculous, the problem with US is you cannot get the loser to pay for your lawyer fees


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