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June 25, 2007

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I think this guy should be thrown in jail especially since he is a lawyer.

THe exact point is that one can seek revenge by forcing one to represent them self, incurring substantial fees and in this case the defendant was forced to close two businesses to pay legal fees!

I actually don't have a problem with going to court itself, a person has the right to go to court if s/he feels other attempts to settle a complaint are not to his satifaction. I'm just amazed it went this far before a judge ruled on it. How he arrived at the $54 mil (previously $64 mil) is outrageous. Even if he won, he'd never get it. I don't think the lawsuit is frivolous, but the dollar amount I believe are excessive.

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