An administrative law judge who sued a D.C. dry cleaner for $54 million has lost his job.
Administrative Law Judge Roy Pearson had a seven-page letter delivered to him Tuesday. The letter described the reasons a D.C. panel voted against reappointing him to the bench.
...The panel reached a decision based on Pearson's work and temperament as a judge and the $54 million lawsuit.
Pearson was appointed in 2005 to an initial two-year term, which expired in May. He requested to be appointed for a 10-year term.
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