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September 23, 2009

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Richard K. Isles

You are so correct. If we all "stand up" for our profession perhaps we could make a stronger statement.

Great article

Thanks for looking out for us!

Susan

Sorry, but these lables are the DIRECT result of LAWYERS who represent those idiots you are complaining about and LAWYERS (as judges) that permit such lawsuits to go forward. In my prior career, I represented a shopping center owner sued under the theory that a coin-operated soda dispenser was a "dangerous condition" (the plaintiff, with buddies, had been attempting to steal sodas from the machine when his buddies tipped it over onto him). Yes, we EVENTUALLY won, but it cost a few HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS to do it. Thus, silly warning lables are encouraged.

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