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New Tenatively agree
In this case I would definitely agree that he should pay the other party's attorney fees, but it could be a club used to keep legitimate disputes from being heard.

How do you judge frivolity?
Expand Edited by Seamus May 3, 2007, 02:30:27 PM EDT
New Legal standard of "Reasonable Man"
Would a reasonable man expect 65 million to replace 1 weeks use of a pair of suit pants?

I think not.
Too much of today's music is fashionable crap dressed as artistry.Adrian Belew
New In this case I definitely agree
In too many other cases, reasonable men reasonably disagree on frivolity.
New thats not what he is asking
he is asking for 10 years (life of pants) of weekly car rentals (he doesnt own a car) to drive to a competant dry cleaner.
Now one may accept unacceptable service or not. It is not incumbent upon a tradesman to pay a customer to go elsewhere. Thats where his argument fails.
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New Which is why it is clearly unreasonable.
Too much of today's music is fashionable crap dressed as artistry.Adrian Belew
New Not only unreasonable but
clearly vindicative. He had prior disagreements with them, but still chose to use them because they were close. He turned down a settlement offer of $12k.

The man has some issues.
     A strong case for tort reform - (bepatient) - (28)
         I don't think this proves tort refrom is necessary - (Seamus) - (7)
             At least one issue - (bepatient) - (6)
                 Tenatively agree - (Seamus) - (5)
                     Legal standard of "Reasonable Man" - (bepatient) - (4)
                         In this case I definitely agree - (Seamus)
                         thats not what he is asking - (boxley) - (2)
                             Which is why it is clearly unreasonable. -NT - (bepatient) - (1)
                                 Not only unreasonable but - (Seamus)
         He should be disbarred... - (Simon_Jester) - (1)
             I do not do business with judges or lawyers. - (Andrew Grygus)
         sanctions, yes. "tort reform," no - (rcareaga) - (7)
             There are all sorts of possibilities. - (bepatient) - (4)
                 cure. disease. worse. -NT - (rcareaga) - (3)
                     Where's the spirit... - (bepatient) - (2)
                         note that argument against death penalty - (rcareaga) - (1)
                             You figured that out, eh? - (bepatient)
             And opposition to tort reform is paid for by biggies, too -NT - (tonytib)
             glad you bet on the right bill - (boxley)
         You can sue anybody for anything in this country - (ubernostrum) - (1)
             Problem is... - (bepatient)
         He lost the case. - (admin) - (7)
             Looks like his mind went with it. - (bepatient)
             Black text on dark gray background??? - (Another Scott) - (5)
                 Black on white for me, FF 2.0 on Linux. -NT - (admin) - (2)
                     same here - Safari on XP -NT - (SpiceWare) - (1)
                         Same here, now. Just a temporary glitch, I guess... -NT - (Another Scott)
                 Black on White - FireFox on OS/2 -NT - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                     Blue on medium gray here... - (jb4)

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