Here they are, the cleaners said. It escalated.
Pearson v. Chung - Wikipedia
The cleaners offered to settle, but Pearson could not be satisfied. The case went to trial, and was every bit as ridiculous as I had hoped.
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Eventually his employers agreed. He then sued them for wrongful termination. He lost.
Court of Appeals. This did not even persuade the D. Circuit to hear oral argument, which it cancelled, saying it would decide the matter based on the papers.
Dry Cleaner Calls $54 Million Lawsuit Over Pants a ‘Nightmare’
Pearson says in court papers that he owned exactly five suits, all Hickey Freemans. He took the suits to Custom Dry Cleaners, in a strip mall in gritty northeast Washington, for alterations. The owners did not respond; he sued. His two-year term expired May 2, and a judicial panel has yet to decide on his reappointment.
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