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Old 02-05-2007
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Originally Posted by hellosailor
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I agree with you. And, also know there are many scoundrels who will claim they have been slandered simply because they know a high dollar counterclaim against you has to go to court anyway, and will scare away many people. Cheap bullies and terrorists, nothing more, but still to beware of.
Unfortunately true... I think that the legal system in this country could do with some serious reform. If the legal system required the losing party to pay all the court costs for both sides, far fewer frivilous lawsuits would occur. If the legal system could award punitive damages and fine the attorneys on the losing side directly, rather than just their clients, in cases deemed frivilous or without merit, then you would see them all but disappear.
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