Dont call this lawyer!

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    Even if the senior partners could care less about what the guy wrote, I expect that issues concerning his ability to handle discovory and the like have come to mind over this. Suppose he were to accidentally send out private communications from an actual client like that.
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    Too funny... I'm tempted to send him an email myself...
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    Play Their Game ~ SUE HIM !

    He Slandered YOU!

    He called you a wacko. That should be worth about a half a million.

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    Mr Wollf and his egregious mistake, I 'll bet he DID discuss it with him after all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    He Slandered YOU!

    He called you a wacko. That should be worth about a half a million.
    ...add on emotional distress and psychological trauma (see, it forced you to post here to calm your nerves and doubt your mental state)..........I think you're looking at a cool $2 million
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    In his defense, he is young! give me a break..........I would in fact sue this bozo for slander. You did nothing wrong, the only mistake Mr. wolf made was being born!


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    +1 Everybody!

    I'm thinking i'd settle for 500k... maybe a mill They'd have offer me free legal counsel for life too.... except i wouldnt use Mr Wolff if someone paid me to have him as my attorney

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    Our esteemed Mr. Wolf doesn't even know how to forward an e-mail. According to his own standard, he's lower than a wacko!

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    Stop and think about the website of this law firm.

    We have one out here, a guy who advertises himself as "The DUI Guy." It's freaking creepy, is what it is. Does anyone here doubt that the overwhelming majority of people who get arrested for drinking and driving are guilty? I mean, a simple breathalyzer will reveal if someone is driving under the influence or not.

    Firms that specialize in getting off drunk drivers are nothing but nests of parasites, who profit from helping people escape the consequences when they've done something knowingly and unforgivably wrong.

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    I asked a lawyer friend of mine about this issue and this was his kind answer:

    Nope. Nothing he can do. (Besides write the owner, which was wise.)

    He really hasn't suffered "damages" in the legal sense (i.e. lost money or damage to a reputation). The use of the word "wacko" is understood to be a generic statement of opinion -- not like the guy published an ad in the paper saying "Joe Smith is mentally ill."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CombatEffective
    Suppose he were to accidentally send out private communications from an actual client like that.
    That could merit $$ dependent on the topic and sensitivity or confidentiality of the matter. Dependent on the topic, some real money.

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    Yea, but remember, lawyers take care of lawyers! or is it liers I forget!


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    +1 on what Phil said.
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    I sure hope to don't get another one by mistake like the one below.

    "Hey Steve...Thanks for sending that Cover Our Asses E-mail to him for me. I think that should work & hopefully we got that wacko nicely cooled off."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy
    I asked a lawyer friend of mine about this issue and this was his kind answer:
    Your friend summed it up pretty well. No way I can think of that you could sue and there isn't really anything I can think of in the Model Rules of Professional Conduct which this would violate. This one goes under the heading of basic jerks.

    Most of the Model Rules deal with protecting existing clients and are pretty worthless as they can usually be worked around. The problem with the legal profession today isn't a lack of rules, it is a fairly widespread lack of character and integrity coupled with a goodly amount of greed which has gotten lawyers the rep. they now have. Not condemning all lawyers, (hell, I'll be one if I pass the bar next summer) but I do recognize that there are significant problems within the profession. Once I finish school up, I plan on specializing in CCW and self defense law as soon as I can get my foot in the door so maybe I can hook you guys up in a few years.

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