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  • Paul W. Ayers October 6, 2015 at 10:21 pm

    Now I have heard it all, and what if the judge has a trial by jury… I can hear it now…!! But Your Honor.. Please do excuse me… File a Brief.. Ohh you had a Motion… For…. Cross Examination…. Ohh Noooo a movement…

  • Dimbo October 18, 2015 at 1:39 pm

    That really stinks.

    Let’s not dump responsibility on the Dr. who caused the problem, nor, apparently, even ask said Dr. to fix it; let’s blame another of the Dr.’s victims — namely the employer — who apparently bent over backwards to accommodate the subject’s morbid obesity AND his noxious emissions until employer’s business and employees suffered too much to bear.

    Were I the employer, I’d counter-sue for driving customers away (tortuous interference; damages=lost revenue), creating an inhospitable workplace (damages=lost productivity), OSHA air-quality safety violation, and attacks by a weapon of mass destruction (that gas isn’t just unpleasant, it’s actually dangerous to breathe).

    The lawyer who took this case gives ALL lawyers a bad name.

  • Tom Sperduto December 8, 2015 at 12:47 pm

    All this rhetoric over a problem that the employer could have easily solved with a match.

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