So I see that the representative plaintiffs in the Chinese Drywall trial have testified:
“We loved being there,” said Armin Seifart, who works as senior counsel for Chevron. “It turned into a nightmare.”
I have to assume Ervin and Victor know what they are doing, but does it strike anyone else as odd that the test plaintiffs they put up are wealthy professionals who purchased a $1.6 million home in Coconut Grove?
The husband is a senior in-house attorney at Chevron, which last I checked is AN OIL COMPANY, and the wife is a clinical psychologist.
These are the best victims to present to a Miami-Dade jury?
(Good thing I don’t do this for a living.)