Wasting the Week

Posted October 10th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

You have the power to destroy reputations and lives themselves, and with that power it is unconscionable to make claims you know to be specious at best.

Dear Rob,

This week will be wasted.

Not just a little bit, but the entire output from my staff and me is to be spent fulfilling your discovery demands, as promised.

So, nothing of consequence gets done, and it’s 100% wasted.


My Staff

Oh sure, they’ll all earn their salaries and get paid, but there will be zero production of anything worthwhile, in terms of our business.

Do you have any idea what that does to a business, or do you even care?

Now, take that and multiply it by the hundreds of hours and the tens of thousands of dollars we’ve similarly wasted on this case and the consequences are obvious: you destroy people.


finite wisdom

You destroy businesses and reputations and do so, from my experience, with little or no regard for the truth.

You enlist ignorant, unqualified, over-zealous attorneys who with no regard for the consequences of their acts set out on their own private crusades determined to destroy anyone they view, in their finite wisdom, as the enemy.

Today, I am that enemy.


rejected

Ain’t impunity a wonderful thing?

It’s strange, frankly, because whenever I brought suit, my attorney required clear and compelling evidence for all claims I sought to make.

There was never any skating around that issue, and if I could not document, to his full satisfaction, the issues I’d presented to him, they were summarily rejected and I was shown the door.

Yet your office can just make stuff up (have you looked at that press release lately?) with impunity.


unconscionable

There are consequences to your actions.

You have the power to destroy reputations and lives themselves, and with that power it is unconscionable to make claims you know to be specious at best.

Yet you do that over and over and over again, with no apparent regard for what you know will most certainly result – the destruction of reputations, businesses, and lives.

We’re wasting this entire week jumping through your discovery hoops, Rob.

Thanks for nothing.

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser


One Response to: “Wasting the Week”

  1. Davido responds:
    Posted: October 11th, 2007 at 12:50 pm

    Well said. Stay strong.


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