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$54 M Lawsuit Against Korean Dry Cleaner Enters Second Round

Korea Daily, Posted: Sep 16, 2008

WASHINGTONRoy Pearson, a former D.C. judge who sued a Korean dry cleaner for $54 million over a missing pair of pants and lost the legal battle, will have another day in court as an appellate court prepares to review the case, reports Korea Daily. The D.C. Court of Appeals will hear arguments on Oct. 22. Chung sold Custom Cleaners to pay for the legal expenses to defend the lawsuit and now operates only one small pick-up dry cleaning store called Happy Cleaners, reports Korea Daily. More than a year ago, a judge rejected Pearson's lawsuit against Chung in which he claimed Custom Cleaners did not live up to its Satisfaction Guaranteed slogan.


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