Wednesday, May 7, 2008

DC Judge Suing Over Lost Job After His Infamous 67.3M Dry Cleaning Suit

Roy Pearson's latest lawsuit story is on several blogs, but the best reader comment I have seen is on Overlawyered, which this morning reported the million dollar employment suit.  The reader Tom T. asks, "Only $1 million? Doesn't that mean his job was worth less to him than his pants?" 

Our prior post on his original April 2007 lawsuit is here (also noting the error [which seems to be repeated in the latest stories] that Pearson demanded merely 54 million or 62.2 in some versions).  In any event, it just has to be said that this guy has more pants suits than . . . well, you can finish that line yourself.

[Alan Childress]

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