Many developments on the legal front yesterday, including class-action wundergreis Bill Lerach agreeing to plead guilty to federal conspiracy charges a pending indictment of Melvyn Weiss of Millberg Weiss, and the announcement that Judge Roy Pearson’s pants lawsuit has driven the Chungs into closing a drycleaning outfit . A collection of links to follow up:
“They were just tired of the whole ordeal,” said the Chungs’ daughter-in-law Soo Choi. “A lot of people view this comically because the case is so outrageous, but my mother-in-law has gone down four dress sizes from this whole ordeal. They just want to put this in their past.”
Post blogger, Emil Steiner, adds more.
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