First he lost his pants. Then he sued in court and lost his shirt.
Now it appears the plaintiff in the infamous $54 million pants lawsuit may be about to lose his black robe.
The legendarily litigious Washington, D.C., Administrative Judge Roy Pearson sued a local dry cleaner in the spring, claiming it had lost a prized pair of pants he planned to wear on his first day on the bench in 2002. Pearson initially had asked for $67 million but later reduced the requested compensation to $54...Full Story