By Keith Alexander
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, October 23, 2007; Page B04
Roy L. Pearson Jr., whose $54 million lawsuit against a Northeast Washington dry-cleaning shop was rejected in court, is about to lose his job as an administrative law judge, sources said last night.
A city commission voted yesterday against reappointing Pearson to the bench of the Office of Administrative Hearings, which hears cases involving various D.C. boards and agencies. Pearson, who was up for a 10-year term, had tried to hold on to the job.
|Roy L. Pearson Jr., who has served two years on the bench of the Office of Administrative Hearings, had sued dry cleaners for $54 million.|
|Photo Credit: By Jacquelyn Martin — Associated Press
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