Who cares about all those fancy-schmancy Supreme Court decisions that just got handed down? This morning brings news of a far more important legal development.
This just in, from the Washington Post:
The D.C. administrative law judge who sued his neighborhood dry cleaner for $54 million over a pair of lost pants found out today what he’s going to get for all his troubles:
And the plaintiff, ALJ Roy Pearson (at right), will also have to pay the defendants’ court costs.
A link to the opinion and judgment are available via the WSJ Law Blog.
Plaintiff in Pants Suit Gets Nothing [Washington Post]
The Great American Pants Suit: Judge Rules for Cleaners [WSJ Law Blog]