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Thursday, May 26, 2005

The Children's Brain Tumor Foundation 

Yesterday and today are given over to a management off-site meeting, which has been declared "e-free," probably to prevent me from blogging through the boring parts. Normally, the first night of these two day meetings involves a dinner, but last night we all dressed up and boarded a bus for Manhattan to attend a fund-raiser for the Children's Brain Tumor Foundation. This organization does amazing work, both to support research into the identification and cure of pediatric brain cancer, and to help families who have been stricken with this tragedy. Please consider clicking through and making a donation. It is a wonderful cause.

Our CEO supports the Children's Brain Tumor Foundation, so he naturally asked the professional firms who service our company to pitch in, and many of them did. For those of you who are familiar with the first firm, here is photographic evidence of their participation:

America's fastest litigator

If you are in both serious legal trouble and have some money or a good insurance company, there is no better friend. And, by the way, if you are a bloodsucking leech of a plaintiff, there is no worse enemy.

2 Comments:

By Blogger Charlottesvillain, at Thu May 26, 02:22:00 PM:

My very close friend McNooder can reinforce that last point based on personal experience. Our only regret is that our counsel was so efficient we didn't get to enjoy watching the blood sucking weasels who sued us have to respond to depositions. That would have been sweet.  

By Blogger thermoplastic resources, at Mon Oct 03, 01:30:00 PM:

Looking for asbestos cancer information I came across this post. I totally agree with you and would feel the same way!

jon  

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