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March 17, 2010

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Yorktown Ventures

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/03/prweb3745904.htm

Frivolous lawsuits are not good. For one, the above link was filed by the plaintiffs Maryann Morrison and Morrison Intermedia Inc. The defendant in the case claimed the suit was frivolous and that the plaintiff was seeking quick financial settlement. In this case, the defendant stood firm and won the case while the plaintiff lost. The attorneys that represented the losing side were Mark Underhill (Underhill Boise Parker) and Paul Mendes (Lesperance Mendes Lawyers).

York Ven

Agreed on frivolois issues. Here's another link on the Maryann Morrison matter:
http://www.cac2010.com/supreme-court-of-british-columbia-declares-yorktown-ventures-the-winner-of-court-case--S02436-against-morrison-intermedia-inc-and-maryann-morrison.htm

Also, in the BC Courts, there is a previous lawsuit from the 1990s under the name Maryann Yeomans where she sued Simon Frasier University. The case involved a domestic dispute she had on the campus grounds. SFU settled outside of court.

Stand firm on Frivolous Lawsuits.

Settlement Funding

In October, the Yes Men staged a press conference announcing that the Chamber was reversing its position on climate change and would stop lobbying against climate change bills. This is what the focus.

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