From AmLaw Daily, a classic Halloween tale of sexual harassment litigation. Worth reading the whole thing, but this is undoubtedly the highlight:
Cognex and its CEO, Robert Shillman, retained Lukey, and she sat in on what she remembers as a six-day deposition of Shillman. That’s when the case took a bizarre turn. Shillman–known for his sense of humor and his devotion to Halloween, Lukey says–wore a different Halloween costume to each day of his deposition. The get-ups included a priest costume (complete with garlic necklace to repel vampires) and, most memorably for Lukey, a full Mr. Peanut costume, top hat and all. One problem: The hat made the costume top-heavy, and Shillman at one point toppled out of his chair when he tried to lean back, Lukey says.
4 thoughts on “For My Next Witness, I Call Mr. Peanut”
Thank you — I had a rare LOL moment.
Crank-its the World Series-come on we need some baseball posts.
Series appears to be over, Yanks seem to have an extra-Lee pitching edge, so I thank Crank for letting us be.
It’s just the typical, conservative media bias against the Yankees.
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