According to the NYTimes.com, the Steven J. Baum P.C. law firm, which was also the company whose employees dressed up as homeless people at a Halloween party in 2010 is closing.
Some may claim this is an example of the “pc police” ruining lives, however it should be noted that last year a state judge in Brooklyn called one of the company’s foreclosure’s “incredible, outrageous, ludicrous and disingenuous.”
There was also the small matter of the firm paying the federal government a $2 million penalty as a result of their unscrupulous business practices.
I hope they saved those Halloween costumes, as some of the laid off employees will no doubt soon be referring to them as “everyday wear”.