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Dec 9, 2019
6:36:48pm
Sandstone Cougar All-American
A California attorney named Christopher Hook has come to my

attention. Though I cannot link to the motion filed by counsel for his opponent seeking to dismiss due to language that would make the writers of the Wolf on Wall Street blush, it would be worth looking at if you are a student of settlement negotiation, law in general, or profanity. Mr. Hook made some questionable statements in his settlement negotiations that will probably come back to haunt him when he appears at the motion to show cause hearing later this month, where he has been requested by the judge to bring HIS clients (a couple suing Allstate for underpayment). They may be interested to learn about the language he employs when litigating on their behalf, especially if the case is dismissed because of it of.


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Originally posted on Dec 9, 2019 at 6:36:48pm
Message modified by Sandstone Cougar on Dec 9, 2019 at 6:37:30pm
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