Skip to comments.Seventh Circuit Slams Plaintiffs’ Lawyers in Sears Lawsuit
Posted on 06/13/2012 11:06:22 AM PDT by AtlasStalled
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, in no uncertain terms, spiked a derivative lawsuit filed against the board of Sears Holdings on Wednesday, ruling that it serves no goal other than to move money from the corporate treasury to the attorneys coffers.
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Good for them.
Isn't this the goal of any attorney??
Attorneys who do this crap need to have some sort of fine imposed .
A rare but welcomed ruling in a bogus lawsuit case. Kudos to Judge Easterbrook for his common sense decision and well-deserved rebuke to the conniving attorneys that instituted this lawsuit with the expectation of reaping a huge windfall in undeserved fees. If only we had more decisions such as this when these bogus lawsuits end up before a judge.
Who was the idiot District Court judge who let this case start?
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