$54 Million Missing Pants Case Rejected by Appeals Court
The D.C. Court of Appeals on Thursday rejected the request from Roy L. Pearson to overturn a 2007 ruling that denied him damages. Pearson had argued that Custom Cleaners failed to live up to its promise of "Satisfaction Guaranteed."
Three appellate judges agreed Pearson failed to show the store's advertising amounted to fraud and said his argument defied logic.
Pearson can still ask the entire nine-judge appellate court to review the case or appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Pearson did not immediately respond to an e-mail or telephone message seeking comment.