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  • During this episode, a client of Crane, Poole and Schmidt wanted to build an infrastructure but an environmental got a TRO to stop them


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      During this episode, a client of Crane, Poole and Schmidt wanted to build an infrastructure but an environmental got a TRO to stop them. His argument was it would be detrimental to the population of the wild salmon considering that the place where they will build it was a habitat for wild salmons. The environmental lawyer was played by Freddie Prinze, Jr. He was Denny Crane’s son in another woman and he

      supported the child when he went to law school.

      Alan Shore was defending a client for sexual harassment but only to find out that the opposing counsel was his ex girlfriend who tried to kill him. He wanted to disqualify his opposing counsel because according to him she was stalking her. He further added that the reason why his ex wanted to be in the case was because of her longing to ...


      • be with him.

        My observation on the environmental case:

        The judge ruled in favor of the environmental protection. The magistrate ratiocinated that there is a threatened extinction to wild salmon. The ruling was just appropriate though too predictable. Though it is too predictable there is truth to it too. We must cling to environmental awareness that nothing comes close to what nature produce. The organic style has been consistently healthy.

        With regard to the sexual

        harassment case:

        The ruling was just untenable. The reason why she left was because of her own doing. The law does not protect those who knows the repercussions of their acts. The woman had contributed to the hostile working environment she claims. It was just appropriate she left but her boss should not be blamed. It indeed feed to the perception that women takes refuge on the safeguard of the law on sexual harassment.




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