Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Here We Go Again: More in the $54 Million Missing Pants Case

Oh, come on. I thought this was over with. Remember the $54 million dollar missing pants case? Former judge Roy Pearson sued Custom Cleaners, because they lost a pair of his pants. And yes, he sued for $54 million. He eventually lost, and lost his job as well.

Unfortunately for the cleaners, they went out of business.

Pearson petitioned the D.C. Court of Appeals for another hearing on his case Tuesday. A three-judge panel of the Court rejected his appeal of a lower court ruling on Dec. 19. Pearson is now arguing that those judges failed to address all the issues in his appeal, and so is asking the full court to rehear the case.

Pearson originally claimed Custom Cleaners failed to live up to its promise of "Satisfaction Guaranteed" and "Same Day Service."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr. Pearson has filed a frivolous lawsuit and has cleaned the taxpayers' clocks...He now needs to cough up the cost of those lawsuits and lose his license...and you can bet your bottom dollar if it was someone like me who does not have a law degree, this would have ended a long time ago. I resent the courts for going along with him. Meanwhile, court time is being wasted.

WebVisible said...

Former judge Roy Pearson sued Custom Cleaners, because they lost a pair of his pants.

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It will not really have success, I feel this way.