Monday, June 28, 2010

Greenspan v. LADT (Cal. Ct. App. - June 25, 2010)

An arbitrator is hearing two cases against you. He decides the first one against you. The second one's pending. What should you do?

Here's an example of what you should not do.

Filing a lawsuit against the arbitrator as a means of trying to disqualify him ain't gonna work. Plus, it might make hiim . . . uh, a bit displeased. Sufficiently displeased that a $6 million-plus judgment against you in the second lawsuit won't be at all surprising.

Not going to work.

Word to the wise.