WASHINGTON D.C. ATTORNEY S LANCE G. JOHNSON, DAVID ABRAMS AND ALFRED GOODMAN CELEBRATES JUDGE DISMISSES 100 MILLION DOLLAR DEFAMATION CASE
CHICAGO-(AEAE)-WASHINGTON D.C. ATTORNEYS LANCE G. JOHNSON, DAVID ABRAMS AND ALFRED GOODMAN FROM THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW FIRM OF ROYLANCE, ABRAMS BERDO AND GOODMAN LLC WERE SUED FOR 100 million dollars in a defamation lawsuit in Chicago, Illinois. They were also charged in an Indirect Criminal Contempt Petition which is currently on appeal before the Illinois Appellate Court Division One. On May 5, 2010 the defamation case was dismissed by Illinois Circuit Court Judge Lust ig Patrick Foran. Bringing joy and celebration to all of the partners of www.roylance.com . For a loss in the Defamation case would put the Roylance firm out of business because it is believed that there insurance limits do not exceed $100 million dollars. It was reported that Lance G. Johnson partied heavenly with Abrams and Goodman. A source close to Goodman said that he gave up alcohol several years ago but did imbibe upon hearing that their case was dismissed. However a hearing is set today to re-instate the 100 million dollar case against them. Stay tuned to learn if Johnson and his crew are still celebrating after this morning's court hearing in Chicago.
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