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Old 01-24-2011, 06:36 PM
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Received the letter from the attorneys in class action suit today....hmmmmm?
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:39 PM
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So did I. I was layed off back in 2009. Anyone joining this?
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:39 PM
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Should I join? Will my manager find out?
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:42 PM
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If you were laid off in '09 you have nothing to lose! It's those of us who are here that are not sure if joining the lawsuit is a good idea. Letter states 802 sales reps have joined? Any comments?
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:44 PM
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So did I. I was layed off back in 2009. Anyone joining this?
Laid off you schmuck
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:44 PM
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Me too. At first I thought it was a little trivial but the more and more I thought about it....they did work us Overtime and we weren't "true" sales people. I can remember management telling us to work in the field 8-5 and do all paperwork, etc. at during personal time. Many a weekends organizing storage unit, unpacking, doing inventory, keeping straight and all that computer work, entering in calls, expense report and all the other administrative duties they wanted you today doing personal time after 5pm. I can remember asking for administration days and my manager saying, "there is no day or time during business hours for admin, you must do it after clinics close or before.
I am going to have a lawyer look at it and check the laws in my state.
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:47 PM
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Problem for me is that when somebody googles your name such as a potential employer, your name could come up under the suit. Big red flag, if you are trying to find another job in medical sales or pharma....
If I could be assured that my name would not appear in google search....I would do it.
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:51 PM
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Also laid off in '09. Did not join original suit because of LOYALTY to Pfizer while I was still employed. What a joke. They obviously do not feel the same about their employees. Nothing to lose by joining the lawsuit now. Just glad to have a second chance. All those late night dinner programs to grow market share and sell Pfizer drugs.................. Didn't Novartis reps win a similar case? The payout will probably be only about $2.50 after attorneys get their "nut" anyway.
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:57 PM
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To poster #7 - I really don't think your name would come up under a google search. I was involved in a personal 2 year civil lawsuit and worried about the same thing. Had nothing to do with employer/employee stuff, but still you don't want to come off as someone who has legal troubles. I have received copies of all background checks that potential employers have run, including an extensive federal background check in order to sell securities. Never once did that lawsuit involvement come up. I think current employees are scared to join because they know the next round of lay-offs are coming and don't want to raise any flags.
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Old 01-24-2011, 08:17 PM
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I may join it because of the principal. They did not pay us for overtime and reduced out bonus plans so they could make more profit.
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Old 01-24-2011, 08:55 PM
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Even though it's a class action suit you should receive what you're owed. The overtime hours you put in. It can be proved because Pfizer has records of all the dinner programs we conducted. You can run a report through easy speak. You can produce any rosters you have with physician attendance, etc. Under Betsy we had to fax in the attendance sheets, did you keep copies? You can also produce copies of your old expense reports. How about all those local conventions over the weekend. Remember when Pfizer said no more taking a day off if you work a local convention over the weekend? Pfizer has been very disrespectful!!
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Old 01-24-2011, 08:58 PM
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Any attorneys out there that can shed some light on this issue? Serious posts please. Does anyone know if names of current employees suing will be disclosed to mgmt?
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:00 PM
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Show me the money$$$$ These lawsuits take years, but one day we will collect!!
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:01 PM
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They reduced our bonuses to save money for this lawsuit.
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:33 PM
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tried to rejoin Pfizer after being a part of the suit. didn't get interviewed. they have my name damn it.
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:49 PM
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Management will know who joins, and they will talk about it. Heard of a rep that joined first round and the manager told me they now has to keep every file, email etc on him for the lawsuit, past and future. They have gone for several promotions and have been passed over. Maybe not due to this, who knows?
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:50 PM
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Those of us who were laid off had to sign the release agreement saying that we wouldn't sue Pfizer or anything.... I'm worried if I join the suit they will send me something demanding the severance back!

I know the lawsuit paperwork says we can join the suit even if we signed a severance agreement...but they don't say what repercussions that will bring on by Pfizer.
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:13 PM
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As part of a lawsuit like this the attorneys can specify these things. The attorneys work for you. There are a lot of ex employees in your same situation, so you can specify A) Pfizer will not sue you B) Pfizer will not take back your severance, future pensions etc We need to call the attorneys handling this lawsuit. If anyone has any information please post it here.
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:18 PM
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The lawyers are Emery, celli, Brinkerhoff & Abady LLP.

Pfizer will have your name. However, you may be able to join the suit as a John Doe. Call the attorneys.

You'll likely recover $500. The attorneys will make millions. The downside far outweighs the upsides if you're still employed by Pfizer and sue them. For all you know, part of the settlement might be your resignation. Being in a class action with ex-employees who could care less about your resignation may be a conflict of interest for the attorneys. if the majority are ex employees, they may very well throw you under the bus.

Nothing, but statutes of limitations, precludes you from filing your own suits if you decline joining this class action.
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:43 AM
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Any attorneys out there that can shed some light on this issue? Serious posts please. Does anyone know if names of current employees suing will be disclosed to mgmt?
Yes. Names of any employee involved in any type of lawsuit will be made as a matter of public record. However if there is a confidentiality clause in the lawsuit, then names will be withheld, however that is very difficult to get. If you are an employee and want to join a lawsuit against your company, then management will have the option of finding out who has joined and who has not. More than likely you will be dismissed by the company for joining the lawsuit.
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:47 AM
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tried to rejoin Pfizer after being a part of the suit. didn't get interviewed. they have my name damn it.
Are you serious. You joined a lawsuit against Pfizer then had the audacity to try and rejoin the company? You have got to be the dumbest mother fucker on the face of the planet. Oh, and by they way dipshit, in case you were wondering, Pfizer has probably passed your name around to all the bio-pharma companies so you may want to check out other industries and cut your losses on that one. And if you think I'm kidding, just try and apply to any other Bio company and see if you can even get an interview. Try, Novartis, J & J, Merck, Roushe, for any type of position, including janitorial work. I'll guarantee you, you cannot even get that position, go ahead try it. You dumbass
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:59 AM
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As a former Pfizer employee, I just got my notice in the mail.

I get a kick out of this one. As a former rep and hiring manager, I say "Be careful what you wish for."

The instigator of the lawsuit is a disgruntled former employee who's looking for a quick payday. You know the type -- the "useless" member of your old sales POD. Always negative, always bitching about the job. He leaves. Suddenly, he wants his old job back. Industry no longer wants him. So what does he do? Calls the sleaziest bunch of lawyers he can find.

Typical.

Again, I've no vested interest in the outcome of this suit, I'm out of the industry. Still, consider Pfizer's natural response if this suit goes through:

-- Suddenly there are CUE timestamp reports that get run every week documenting your whereabouts at every minute of the day
-- Clocks to punch
-- ZERO flexibility in work hours

For what? $500 in your pocket and a sense of self satisfaction that you somehow "Stuck it to the man?" Meanwhile, a useless bastard and his lawyer minions become millionaires -- all with your help.

I left Pfizer for a number of reasons. Still, for the years I was there, by and large, I was treated fairly and equitably with a paid off mortgage and upper middle class lifestyle to show for it.

Avoid lawyers and lawsuits at all costs. These people are not your friends.
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Old 01-25-2011, 03:15 PM
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If you were laid off and looking to return to the industry, albeit with another company, the chances are slim that will occur. As many have mentioned, the lawsuit is public record.

However, if you are out for good then you might consider joining the lawsuit. Novartis lost their lawsuit regarding overtime pay so this lawsuit provides precedence for those in the lawsuit against Pfizer. I left the industry five years ago and have no plans to return as my belief is that big pharma is in its mature phase sorely in need of a new sales model. Mechanistic bureaucracies are hard to move, even when it is in the organization's best interests. Think titanic and iceberg.
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Old 01-25-2011, 03:32 PM
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If you signed a Pfizer severance, then you do not have recourse to sue. Check your papers.

If you join the suit, Pfizer will sue you for repayment of any severance amounts paid and maybe the class action attorney for tortious interference of a contract.
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Old 01-25-2011, 09:02 PM
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If you signed a Pfizer severance, then you do not have recourse to sue. Check your papers.

If you join the suit, Pfizer will sue you for repayment of any severance amounts paid and maybe the class action attorney for tortious interference of a contract.
Don't you think that has already been considered and information whether one who received severance could join the suit. Lawyers are not stupid.
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Old 01-25-2011, 09:40 PM
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Any lawyers out there? Tired of stupid people posting without any expertise.
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Old 01-25-2011, 11:09 PM
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Don't you think that has already been considered and information whether one who received severance could join the suit. Lawyers are not stupid.
For the record, Lawyers are not that smart either. That's why most got an undergraduate degree in science....political science.
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Signing a severence agreement does not prevent anyone from getting fair treatment under the law. If the court finds against pfizer for underpaying reps, then they will have to make up for the underpayment.
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Old 01-26-2011, 01:41 AM
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Signing a severence agreement does not prevent anyone from getting fair treatment under the law. If the court finds against pfizer for underpaying reps, then they will have to make up for the underpayment.
Hey VOCs..I usually hate your left wing postings,...but this time you actually make sense.
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Old 01-26-2011, 06:09 AM
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Those of us who were laid off had to sign the release agreement saying that we wouldn't sue Pfizer or anything.... I'm worried if I join the suit they will send me something demanding the severance back!

I know the lawsuit paperwork says we can join the suit even if we signed a severance agreement...but they don't say what repercussions that will bring on by Pfizer.
yes, you will be sued to repay all, and I do mean ALL of your severance package back to Pfizer if you decide to join the lawsuit. The release agreement you signed does specify that in writing. I hope you read it, and had a lawyer read it before you signed off on the agreement. If you did not, then unfortunately you have no recourse whatsoever.
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Old 01-26-2011, 06:15 AM
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The lawyers are Emery, celli, Brinkerhoff & Abady LLP.

Pfizer will have your name. However, you may be able to join the suit as a John Doe. Call the attorneys.

You'll likely recover $500. The attorneys will make millions. The downside far outweighs the upsides if you're still employed by Pfizer and sue them. For all you know, part of the settlement might be your resignation. Being in a class action with ex-employees who could care less about your resignation may be a conflict of interest for the attorneys. if the majority are ex employees, they may very well throw you under the bus.

Nothing, but statutes of limitations, precludes you from filing your own suits if you decline joining this class action.

You cannot, I repeat CANNOT join a lawsuit as a John Doe! Do not listen to what this poster is saying. You MUST release your name to the attorney handling the case in order to be properly represented in the lawsuit action. If you fail to do so, then you automatically forfeit all rights to monetary claims. This is done to prove that you are deserving to any monetary gains from the result of the lawsuit. And yes, when all names are read from those involved in the lawsuit, your name will be read into the record as a matter of public record. Unless your name actually happens to be John Doe, then you must disclose it. This poster obviously knows nothing about the law so do yourself a favor and do not listen to him/her!
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Old 01-26-2011, 01:47 PM
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Don't do it. The money you might get will be minimal compaired to the downside. I has a neighbor join a class action suit a few years ago. He got a couple hundred bucks out of it but his insurance rates went sky high. When he call to find out why his rates increased they told him it was becuase he was listed in a Class Action Lawsuit.

Insurance companies are not eager to give low rates to litigious clients.
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yes, you will be sued to repay all, and I do mean ALL of your severance package back to Pfizer if you decide to join the lawsuit. The release agreement you signed does specify that in writing. I hope you read it, and had a lawyer read it before you signed off on the agreement. If you did not, then unfortunately you have no recourse whatsoever.

Nonsense! Do some homework jagoff! Or are you a corporate troll? No company can sign away its legal obligations in a severance agreement. If the courts find that pfizer broke the law, then they will make the company pay their employees what was due. And courts have allowed employees to sue and win after severance, on many occasions. If a company defrauds you, then fires you and you sign a severance agreement, you can sue for fraud, win and not pay back your severance. It all comes down to the final legal agreement. However, that being said, it would be foolish for a current employee to join this lawsuit. Unless, of course, you plan on leaving anyway.
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The lawyers are Emery, celli, Brinkerhoff & Abady LLP.

Pfizer will have your name. However, you may be able to join the suit as a John Doe. Call the attorneys.

You'll likely recover $500. The attorneys will make millions. The downside far outweighs the upsides if you're still employed by Pfizer and sue them. For all you know, part of the settlement might be your resignation. Being in a class action with ex-employees who could care less about your resignation may be a conflict of interest for the attorneys. if the majority are ex employees, they may very well throw you under the bus.

Nothing, but statutes of limitations, precludes you from filing your own suits if you decline joining this class action.
True. Class action lawsuits benefit lawyers not plaintiffs. They walk away with millions and you maybe 500 if you're lucky, more like $3-10, but it's more money than your start. I joined a class action suit for a travel search site - 12 years and $4.00 profit. OMG!! Think twice before spending your time.
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Nonsense! Do some homework jagoff! Or are you a corporate troll? No company can sign away its legal obligations in a severance agreement. If the courts find that pfizer broke the law, then they will make the company pay their employees what was due. And courts have allowed employees to sue and win after severance, on many occasions. If a company defrauds you, then fires you and you sign a severance agreement, you can sue for fraud, win and not pay back your severance. It all comes down to the final legal agreement. However, that being said, it would be foolish for a current employee to join this lawsuit. Unless, of course, you plan on leaving anyway.
Well, I have done my homework, and no I"m not a corporate troll. And by the way I'm not a jagoff either. Re-read your severance package. If you decide to join a class action lawsuit against a company, then the company does retain the right to sue you for your severance package. It says so in writing. I never said the company can or will sign away it's legal obligations, read the post before you speak on the subject. Oh and in case you were wondering, yes, I'm currently in law school, third year student.
And for the record, a company can release you an employee for any reason they want to, and they do not have to provide a severance to said employee. It's called termination of employment under Corporate Guidance. Basically it is very similar to a right to work state. The company does not have to have record of any disciplinary action against you, or give a valid reason to release you. They can walk into your office, cube, whatever, that morning and have you escorted out of the building and do not have to justify it. However, a member of Human Resources, MUST contact you and divulge information as to why you were released.Even under that situation, the company can sue you personally for libel if you join a class action lawsuit against the if they win. The chances of them doing so are very slim but it has happened in the past.
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vOCS is right, you can sue even if you received a severance. This lawsuit is over money you're owed. My question to you VOCS ( whatever that means) is- why not join if you're a current ee with many years of service (slavery) to Pfizer. Heck the way things change at Pfizer employee are uncertain about their jobs. Psych reps are scared, hospital reps are scared... Etc, etc, etc
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vOCS is right, you can sue even if you received a severance. This lawsuit is over money you're owed. My question to you VOCS ( whatever that means) is- why not join if you're a current ee with many years of service (slavery) to Pfizer. Heck the way things change at Pfizer employee are uncertain about their jobs. Psych reps are scared, hospital reps are scared... Etc, etc, etc
If you haven't seen him all over the Pfizer posting boards, allow me to enlighten you. VOCS is full of hot air and I suspect is also a couple french fries short of a happy meal.
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vOCS is right, you can sue even if you received a severance. This lawsuit is over money you're owed. My question to you VOCS ( whatever that means) is- why not join if you're a current ee with many years of service (slavery) to Pfizer. Heck the way things change at Pfizer employee are uncertain about their jobs. Psych reps are scared, hospital reps are scared... Etc, etc, etc
If you are a current employee, and you join the lawsuit, you are as good as gone. So, if you want to be fired, go ahead and join.
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Well, I have done my homework, and no I"m not a corporate troll. And by the way I'm not a jagoff either. Re-read your severance package. If you decide to join a class action lawsuit against a company, then the company does retain the right to sue you for your severance package. It says so in writing. I never said the company can or will sign away it's legal obligations, read the post before you speak on the subject. Oh and in case you were wondering, yes, I'm currently in law school, third year student.
And for the record, a company can release you an employee for any reason they want to, and they do not have to provide a severance to said employee. It's called termination of employment under Corporate Guidance. Basically it is very similar to a right to work state. The company does not have to have record of any disciplinary action against you, or give a valid reason to release you. They can walk into your office, cube, whatever, that morning and have you escorted out of the building and do not have to justify it. However, a member of Human Resources, MUST contact you and divulge information as to why you were released.Even under that situation, the company can sue you personally for libel if you join a class action lawsuit against the if they win. The chances of them doing so are very slim but it has happened in the past.
Some people are full of shit. But you, jagoff, are stunningly full of shit. Geez, I didn't know Devry had a law school.
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I used to work for Coca-Cola and I join a similar lawsuit and I got a nice payout. I worked for Pfizer for 5 years so I expect a decent payday. Hopefully you clowns can keep the company afloat until I get my money!
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I thought joining the lawsuit would "protect" me. Pfizer is not allowed to retaliate! I know they will make my life impossible but what if I am gone come April anyway and didn't join the damn suit on time!
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You are a moron if you work for Pfizer and opt in. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you. Get another job if Pfizer is so horrible. If you got another job for the reasons outlined in the suit, that's a different story. If you currently work for Pfizer and opt in you are as bad as the lawyers trying to capitalize on corporate America. Greedy. No one forced you to do this job and get ambitious so you could make a better bonus. This is sales!
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Some people are full of shit. But you, jagoff, are stunningly full of shit. Geez, I didn't know Devry had a law school.
VOC. I'm done speaking with you. I was offering some advice to other's who had a legitimate question about a lawsuit and you think you have to chime in with some stupid, moronic, advice. Some people actually care about whether or not they will have repercussions from joining a lawsuit, but you think it is a joke. So this conversation is now over. Oh and by the way, I do not attend Devry as you so eloquently put it. I'm attending UCLA Law school. But I'm sure that the theory of achieving a higher education is lost on someone like you. But if you decide you would like to match wits someone....by all means go outside find a tree and talk to that. That is probably the only intelligent conversation you are capable of having. To all the posters out there, DO NOT listen to whatever a VOC is. He is giving incorrect advice to everyone. Before you EVER join a class action lawsuit, always check with a lawyer in your local area to ensure that you know and understand everything you are getting into. The laws vary from state to state so make sure you speak with a local lawyer. If the case is Federal, the lawyer can gather information and help you understand that as well. Best of luck to everyone. I will not offer any more advice to anyone on here and you can thank VOC for that.
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VOC. I'm done speaking with you. I was offering some advice to other's who had a legitimate question about a lawsuit and you think you have to chime in with some stupid, moronic, advice. Some people actually care about whether or not they will have repercussions from joining a lawsuit, but you think it is a joke. So this conversation is now over. Oh and by the way, I do not attend Devry as you so eloquently put it. I'm attending UCLA Law school. But I'm sure that the theory of achieving a higher education is lost on someone like you. But if you decide you would like to match wits someone....by all means go outside find a tree and talk to that. That is probably the only intelligent conversation you are capable of having. To all the posters out there, DO NOT listen to whatever a VOC is. He is giving incorrect advice to everyone. Before you EVER join a class action lawsuit, always check with a lawyer in your local area to ensure that you know and understand everything you are getting into. The laws vary from state to state so make sure you speak with a local lawyer. If the case is Federal, the lawyer can gather information and help you understand that as well. Best of luck to everyone. I will not offer any more advice to anyone on here and you can thank VOC for that.
UCLA my ass! Being a night time custodian isn't the same as matriculating, fool. The fact that you are on a pharma site shows how full of shit you actually are. But I don't blame you for quitting the conversation. You just don't like it when I show everyone how big an a-hole you really are. BTW, getting advice from you is about as desirable as getting groceries from the garbage dump.
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UCLA my ass! Being a night time custodian isn't the same as matriculating, fool. The fact that you are on a pharma site shows how full of shit you actually are. But I don't blame you for quitting the conversation. You just don't like it when I show everyone how big an a-hole you really are. BTW, getting advice from you is about as desirable as getting groceries from the garbage dump.
The problem is, VOCs is never done with anyone, since he has the "Boring" gene which doesn't allow him to understand that we know he's and idiot, a Internet fake, and a pathetic person that craves some contact.
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Some people are full of shit. But you, jagoff, are stunningly full of shit. Geez, I didn't know Devry had a law school.
Don't knock Devry. It beats your almost completed 8th grade in the Oregon Public School system. (For the Intellectually Challenged)
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:27 PM
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Don't knock Devry. It beats your almost completed 8th grade in the Oregon Public School system. (For the Intellectually Challenged)
Hey, shitforbrains, you're back. I figured you'd take issue with your alma mater. I am curious about one thing. What in your peabrain little head makes you think I am now or ever lived with tree hugging granola heads in Oregon? Part of your fantasy world, jagoff?
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You cannot, I repeat CANNOT join a lawsuit as a John Doe! Do not listen to what this poster is saying. You MUST release your name to the attorney handling the case in order to be properly represented in the lawsuit action. If you fail to do so, then you automatically forfeit all rights to monetary claims. This is done to prove that you are deserving to any monetary gains from the result of the lawsuit. And yes, when all names are read from those involved in the lawsuit, your name will be read into the record as a matter of public record. Unless your name actually happens to be John Doe, then you must disclose it. This poster obviously knows nothing about the law so do yourself a favor and do not listen to him/her!
STFU you stupid assed prison lawyer!!!! John and Jane Doe cases are filed every day. It's for confidentiality purposes numbnuts. Now go away!!!! I hope you're not the turd going to UCLA. Being that stupid, I know you'll fail the Bar exams.

http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-7th-circuit/1227232.html


DOE v. GTE CORPORATION


John DOE and other members of the football team at Illinois State University, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. GTE CORPORATION and Genuity Inc., Defendants-Appellees.


No. 02-4323.

Argued Sept. 24, 2003. -- October 21, 2003
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STFU you stupid assed prison lawyer!!!! John and Jane Doe cases are filed every day. It's for confidentiality purposes numbnuts. Now go away!!!! I hope you're not the turd going to UCLA. Being that stupid, I know you'll fail the Bar exams.

http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-7th-circuit/1227232.html


DOE v. GTE CORPORATION


John DOE and other members of the football team at Illinois State University, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. GTE CORPORATION and Genuity Inc., Defendants-Appellees.


No. 02-4323.

Argued Sept. 24, 2003. -- October 21, 2003


hahahahahahahahahaha ...... he actually empties trash on the late shift at UCLA
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STFU you stupid assed prison lawyer!!!! John and Jane Doe cases are filed every day. It's for confidentiality purposes numbnuts. Now go away!!!! I hope you're not the turd going to UCLA. Being that stupid, I know you'll fail the Bar exams.

http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-7th-circuit/1227232.html


DOE v. GTE CORPORATION


John DOE and other members of the football team at Illinois State University, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. GTE CORPORATION and Genuity Inc., Defendants-Appellees.


No. 02-4323.

Argued Sept. 24, 2003. -- October 21, 2003
Oh, and that turd never passes a bar!!!!!
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