A D.C. panel is being skittish on the reappointment of the suit-happy, lawsuit-happy administrative judge, Roy Pearson, who forfeited his case for continuing public service by abusive litigation against his drycleaners, the Chungs. Pearson’s boss recommended against his appointment — quite a departure from past practice — but the review panel has postponed a decision. As The Examiner reports,
“We do not want to rush to any judgment at all,” said D.C. Superior Court Judge Robert Rigsby, a member of the panel reviewing the case. “It is important that we get this right for many reasons.”
Why, because he might sue you?
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