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The New York Times calls Carl Mayer: "A populist crusader and ... a maverick lawyer." New York Times, October 15, 2004.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

MCI GETS CORPORATE SCROOGE AWARD

PRESS ADVISORY

Embargoed Until:
Saturday, December 24, 2005 2:30 pm CONTACT: Carl Mayer
609-921-0253 (office)
609-462-7979 (cell)

CONSUMER ADVOCATE GIVES SCROOGE AWARD TO MCI
PRESENTS TO MCI CHIEF OUTSIDE HIS PRINCETON HOME
WILL PUBLISH CHAIR’S HOME PHONE AND ADDRESS ON WEB
LETTER ASKS AG TO STOP MCI-VERIZON MERGER

WHAT: Press Conference
WHERE: 33 Greenhouse Drive, Princeton Township, New Jersey
(On the public right-of-way in front of the home of Nicholas Katzenbach, Chairman of MCI corporation, the nation’s second largest provider of phone service.)
WHEN: Saturday, December 24, 2005 at 2:30 pm.
WHO: Carl Mayer with EBENEEZER SCROOGE AND TINY TIM.

Carl Mayer, an attorney and consumer advocate, will hold a press conference on the public right-of-way outside of the Princeton, NJ home of MCI Chairman Nicholas Katzenbach. Mayer will present to Katzenbach the First Annual Bah Humbug Corporate Scrooge Award. The award is on behalf of The Untouchables Group, a public interest firm founded by Mayer.

“’Bah, Humbug’ is what MCI says to its customers while giving them the worst consumer phone service in the nation,” said Mayer. “This award underscores that MCI is still a recidivist, law-breaking corporation.”

In a new tactic, Mayer will place Katzenbach’s listed phone and address on the World Wide Web and encourage consumers to politely write and call Katzenbach to fix MCI’s broken and illegal customer service.

Mayer will release a letter asking the New Jersey Attorney General to stop the merger of MCI and Verizon.

Biography: Carl J. Mayer runs the Mayer Law Group and the Untouchables Group. He served as an elected member of the town council in Princeton, New Jersey. He is the author of two books: Public Domain, Private Dominion and Shakedown. Mayer was profiled on the CBS news show Sixty Minutes for fighting corporate corruption. His writings have appeared in the New York Times and other national publications.


Directions:

From Philadelphia: I-95 north to Princeton Pike North exit. After about 10 miles, you will pass the Princeton Battlefield on the right: Greenhouse lane is the first left before the top of the hill.

From NY: Take NJ Turnpike to exit 9. Take Route One south for about ½ hour to Alexander Road West exit. This dead ends at Mercer. Take a left and the first right after Olden Lane is Greenhouse.



PHOTO OPPORTUNITY OF EBENEEZER “MCI” SCROOGE AND TINY TIM
READING ACTUAL MCI CONSUMER COMPLAINTS.


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5 Comments:

Blogger Heidi said...

You must be kidding! Your blatant waste of the TAXPAYERS money with this absurd suit against the Patriots and their coach is beyond belief. How do you sleep with yourself at night? You are a waste of air, food and other resources of this planet. You give all lawyers a horrible name!

4:14 PM  
Blogger DONNA BEDLE said...

I LEAVING A COMMENT RE:SUEING THE PATRIOTS. IF YOU ARE GOING TO DO THAT THEN YOU BETTER ALSO SUE YOUR COACH ERIC MANGINI. HE WAS A PATRIOT COACH FOR A LOT OF YEARS AND IF THERE WAS ANYTHING GOING ON, HE HAD FULL KNOWLEDGE. AND FROM WHAT I HEAR ON THE FOOTBALL STATIONS THIS GOES ON WITH A LOT OF TEAMS NOT JUST THE PATRIOTS. DONT YOU HAVE ANYTHING BETTER TO DO? P.S. THE JETS SUCK
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5:02 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Football is entertainment, owing ticket buyers a show, but by no means can they guarantee a fair one. The chances of any professional sport being perfectly fair is as low as the chance that Americans will restrain in filing any more frivolous law suits. Rachel Arbeit - National Lampoon

6:14 PM  
Blogger Jeff said...

That's great that you are looking out for "the people", but you act like you are nothing more than an ambulance chaser when going after the NE Patriots. Stick with "noble" causes and quit hanging out at the quickie mart waiting for someone to slip on some ice that they themselves spilled. Your actions are why people hate lawyers, frivolous lawsuits abound and consciences are nowhere to be found. I hope you get a chancre on your genitals.

10:40 PM  
Blogger Scott said...

Your blatant waste of the TAXPAYERS money with this absurd suit against the Patriots and their coach is beyond belief.
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