08/06/2016 Roy L.
‘s suit led to the dry-cleaning measure.
(Jacquelyn Martin/AP) The committee recommended that Pearson be placed on probation from the practice of law for two years.
was just your average judge in Washington, D.
# until a neighborhood dry cleaner misplaced a pair of his trousers.
Arguing that he never received “same-day service” or.
01/07/2007 The plaintiff, Roy L.
an administrative law judge, claimed that the Chungs had lost the pants to his $1,000-plus Hickey Freeman suit, and then tried to pass off another pair as his.
News Ex-Judge Hit With 90-Day Bar Suspension After ‘Outlandish’ Suit Against Dry Cleaner The D.
Court of Appeals said Roy Pearson Jr.
had “chosen at every step of the disciplinary process.
31/10/2007 Roy Pearson.
It#s Official: Pants Suit Plaintiff Loses Post.
By David Lat What was looking likely has come to pass.
From today#s Washington Post: Roy L.
the administrative law.
04/06/2020 The District of Columbia Court of Appeals said on Thursday that it agreed with its professional responsibility board that Roy L.
‘s litigation tactics #went beyond aggressiveness and crossed the boundary into abusiveness.
#, 26/04/2007 Attorney (and now administrative judge) Roy L.
Pearson , Jr.
50 to have some pants altered at his dry cleaners#, but was dissatisfied with the results, so sued them on grounds that their #Satisfaction Guaranteed# sign was consumer fraud.
Among his claimed damages is the need for a car to find a new dry cleaner.
Pearson at first demanded $1150 for a new suit, but turned down.
18/12/2008 Roy L.
Pearson , Jr.
Manning for appellees.
Appellant, Roy Pearson , who is an attorney, sued the Chungs, the owners of a dry cleaner called Custom Cleaners, alleging common law fraud and violations of the District of #, 09/06/2016 A hearing committee of the D.
Board on Professional Responsibility recommended (PDF) the stayed suspension for former judge Roy Pearson Jr.