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Last October while in Philadelphia on a business trip, I took one afternoon off to see the Liberty Bell and other historic sites downtown. Two young familes were also in line to the see the sites and I overheard an interesing conversation between two small boys, not yet old enough to be in school :
  • "My name is Billy. What's yours?", asked the first boy.
  • "Tommy", replied the second.
  • "My Daddy's an accountant. What does your Daddy do for a living?", asked Billy.
  • Tommy replied, "My Daddy's a lawyer."
  • "Honest?", asked Billy.
  • "No, just the regular kind.", replied Tommy.

Who left this sand bag here? "The owner of a six-story apartment building hired an independent contractor, the plaintiff's employer, to wash the windows of the building. No safety devices from which windows washers could be suspended had been installed on the building. Consequently, the owner and the contractor agreed that the windows would be washed by means of a ladder extended over the edge of the roof from which the workers would be suspended in a boatswain's chair secured to the roof by a weighted sand bag. While the plaintiff was suspended in the chair some 35-40 feet above the ground, a fellow worker mistakenly removed the sand bag anchoring the plaintiff's chair, causing him to fall and suffer injury." Salinero v. Pon (1981) 124 Cal.App.3d 120; 177 Cal.Rptr. 204

After a majority shareholder used involuntary dissolution procedures to transfer certain corporate assets to another corporation in which he was the sole shareholder, the minority shareholder filed suit. During the course of the lawsuit, Plaintiff commenced discovery. Defendant actively resisted both document production and deposition. "After repeated failures to appear and numerous postponements, he appeared at a deposition on February 12, 1981, rescheduled at his request, only to refuse to answer questions because it was Lincoln's birthday - assertedly a 'legal holiday.' At a June 1981 deposition, on a court order to appear with records at the office of plaintiff's counsel, Rodman [the defendant] produced an assortment of papers in a box filled with straw and and horse excrement, which he laughingly dumped on the table. After [Plaintiff's] counsel and the court reporter had inspected the documents for an hour, Rodman announced they must be sure to wash their hands thoroughly because the straw had been treated with a toxic chemical readily absorbed through the skin." Consequently, on Plaintiff's Motion, the court struck Defendant's Answer from the record and a default was entered against him. Greenup v. Rodman (1986) 42 Cal.3d 822, 825

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