Saturday, 28 February 2015

Rule #313: Litigation



It's time to put an end to frivolous litigation cases. We've all heard of these. Not the least of which, was that Dick-wad judge who sued his dry cleaner for $65 million for losing his fat ass pants (Pearson vs Chung). I won't get into the ludicrous details of the case, The point is, the courts never should have given him the time of day.

Then there's the commercials we see on tv and billboards now of these ambulance chasing lawyers. What a joke.Then there's the whack job chicks who decide to take a hard working man to court because they decided he may have done her wrong 20 years ago. The case goes to court without substantial evidence and ultimately gets dropped because it was ridiculous to begin with. The poor dudes marriage is now on the rocks and he's out $20,000 to $50,000 in legal fees and lost wages due to court appearances. And what happens to the crazy chick?? Nothing. She's free to do the same to someone else. If she knew she would be on the hook for the bill, it never would have been brought up in the first place. What a shame! Embarrassing really.


In the new world, anyone who brings forth a frivolous litigation suit will have to supply reasonable proof of the accusations AND if the defendant is found not guilty, all expenses incurred by the defendant will be reimbursed by the crazy bit... er... plaintiff.



AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!

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