September 19, 2008
Does This Make Mike Frisch The Best Person In The World?
Posted by Alan Childress
Hardly, but at least he is not Keith Olbermann's "Worst Person In The World" today. That honor falls to the Illinois lawyer (Scott Robert Erwin) whom Mike first called out on this blog in his March post, Fees For Striptease Arrangement Reprehensible. It turns out that reducing legal fees by demanding in-office lap dancing from a client is . . . unethical. Who knew. A reader, Wick Chambers, nicely summarized Erwin's conduct, in comments: "Hard to believe and gross." The story was eventually picked up by the Chicago Tribune and then the WSJ Law Blog. But Mike made it (indirectly) to msnbc? That may be his 15 minutes of fame. Disclaimer: Mike is not responsible (even indirectly) for Keith's leering "pro bono" joke.
I thought Mike and our readers should know. I also like the fact that if you google Mike Frisch lap dancing, now something immediately comes up. Plus a place to query Learn more about Mike Frisch lap dancing. And maybe a link to Amazon where you can Buy books on Mike Frisch lap dancing.
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