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September 12, 2008

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larry

Well, good for the law firm for representing the Chungs pro bono. This time however when costs are granted to the Chungs, they should take it so we will hopefully see the last of Roy Pearson....

UncleSam

Sounds to me like ole Roy is a die-hard Democrat...always wanting a free handout at the expense of the working people.

Darko

Wow... what a loser ... GET A LIFE YOU JACKASS... A JUDGE SUING FOR $54 MIL , LIKE YOU DONT HAVE ENOUGH OF MONEY AS IS. GIVE HIM $54 DOLLARS AND SHUT HIS ASS UP! WE ALL KNOW THAT LAWYERS AND JUDGES ARE NOTHING MORE THAN THEIFS ANYWAYS!!!

Nony Moose

This is crazy. The man needs to give up. I detect some resentment towards Asians, life in general, and the DC government from this man. I wish he would just give up already!

Supremecourtjester

He lost his pants, he lost his suit. Thank goodness he still has his briefs.

David H

"Former administrative judge Roy Pearson lost his suit in trial court last year..."

I wonder what he will seek for damages for the lost suit.

DarrenInDC

As with practically every frivolous lawsuit, consumers are the ultimate losers. Other than the vindictive and seemingly insane plaintiff, Roy Pearson, neighborhood dry-cleaning customers were generally quite pleased with the walking-distance convenience and quality of service at the Chungs' Northeast D.C. store. But the cost -- financial and emotional -- the Chungs paid defending themselves against the crazy "pantsuit" forced them to close that store. Perhaps Pearson's neighbors can find special little ways to express their gratitude.

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