“Judge continues to press pants suit.” I guess that headline would be funny if it were not for the real people who are suffering as a result of Roy Pearson’s idiocy:
A customer who sued a dry cleaner for $54 million over a missing pair of pants has asked the judge who threw out the widely mocked case to reconsider, saying she committed a “fundamental legal error.”
The Chungs’ legal fees have been estimated at $83,000.
On another note, is the Chungs’ ethnicity really relevant to this story? Most of the articles refer to them as “Korean immigrants” or their store as a “Korean dry cleaners.”