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I have an opportunity to sue the everliving sh1t out of a small business.  I've been a customer of theirs for several years now, I like them, they're good people.  The potential damages are in the $5M range.  If I win, they'll be out of business.

There is no actual physical harm to me or to any other person involved in this case.  The issue is one of legal formalism.  They've violated statute and are open to a suit for having done so.

On the one claw, they're a decent company.  On the other claw, I would very much like a new waterfront vacation property and a Lamborghini.

Should I embrace my inner assho1e?


Current Law Students / Disclosure question
« on: September 19, 2008, 02:51:46 PM »
So, I found out the other day that my school has an ongoing disclosure policy for anything that might have happened, say, over the summer or in the last few weeks.

I'm just curious, treat it as a hypo, whether acts that happened years ago, if one wasn't caught, and if they were outside the country, and if they were technically illegal according to the laws of the other countries involved and maybe international law, but had the full support of the U.S. government, would fall under something that must be disclosed.  Like, say, gunrunning between Argentina and El Salvador?

Anyway, I can get amnesty for up to the next week, so a fast discussion would be appreciated.  K THX!

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