Re: Welcome to the TOXLAW.com Class Actions Chatboard
Posted by Hardy Parkerson, Atty. - Lake Charles on 6/21/04
I do not understand what you say when you say "no mention
about wrong doing." Every Class Action suit I file mentions
wrong-doing. If it did not, it would be dismissed almost as fast
as I file it. Seems like you just have a problem with Class
Actions. If so, that is a legislative matter, and the
legislature, or Congress, can outlaw them if they elect. Then
instead of one suit's being filed, you could have ten-
thousand,if you have one of those mass-disaster chemical
releases like are not unknown in a large petro-chemical area
like the Lake Charles Area.
Best of luck!
Hardy Parkerson, Atty.
Lake Charles, LA
On 6/20/04, mary wrote:
> Ah, America's fine legal minds stand ready to help you. All
> talk about money and no mention of any wrong doing, damage or
> even bad karma. I rest my case....
> On 6/19/04, Hardy Parkerson, Atty. - Lake Charles wrote:
>> Dear Counsel.Net Friends,
>> I have several toxic-tort mass disaster Class Actions
>> going. I have just associated with two other great law
>> firms who have made millions recently in toxic-tort and
>> cigarette litigation, and now my clients have lawyers with
>> the capital to successfully litigate such Class Actions
>> against corporate giants. I am looking forward to the
>> future. I turned over to these lawyers about 500 signed-up
>> contingent fee clients. They're capitalized, sufficiently
>> staffed and technologically up-to-date; and they are doing a
>> great job. Of course, I have retained my clients, but in
>> association with these two great and nationally-recognized
>> South Louisiana law firms.
>> Hardy Parkerson, Atty.
>> Lake Charles
>> "The birthplace of the petro-chemical industry."
>> On 5/13/04, Bob R/CA wrote:
>>> Welcome to the TOXLAW.com Class Actions Chatboard. The
>>> TOXLAW.com Class Actions Chatboard is dedicated to
>>> and legal experts involved in Class Actions litigation and
>>> Class Actions claims.
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