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Friday, March 23, 2007

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Kelly Y. Chen

I really have a hard time understanding Mr. Bosserman’s analysis with regard to the assertion that Pioneer Electronics “is most probably limited to purely commercial disputes.” I actually think there are effective ways to argue the opposite, assuming that the plaintiff’s counsel seeks only the names and addresses from the employer. I actually am in the process of writing a paper on this for a class at Hastings. Any suggestions/inputs from the plaintiffs’ bar would be greatly appreciated.

-Kelly Y. Chen, 3L

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