> Stan Griffiths wrote:
There is presently a lawsuit in the courts dealing with who is liable
for presenting misinformation at a conference. [...]
> > Gee, I certainly hope that idea does not infect this relector. That would
> > set us back to the stone age . . .
> Better get a disclaimer into the Towertalk FAQ....
> Big Don
Well as far as I'm concerned I've never gotten any information that was
not well intended and the facts correct .... any way the jury will
consist of their peers ... I can't wait for the law to cover Ambulance
chasing, "If you have been injured ..." and "I think we can get you LOTS
of mony if we keep it tied up in the courts for years ..." type Lawyers.
I would use information from most of these posts ... to help me make up
my own mind (on what I plan to do) with little concern. Of course we
all know when we are getting our legs pulled every once and a while.
And in case we don't ... the "GOOD" always seem to help us "See the
Keep going Steve and all the others ....
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