Please Pass the Torts

Tom Morrison Returns with Book Sequel

Start 2022 off with a night of laughter on January 12 at 7 pm as Noble Horizons and cohost Scoville Library welcome back attorney and author Thomas Morrison for a discussion of his recently released book, Please Pass the Tort$, a sequel to his 2020 book, Torts R Us.

Bill Littauer will be the moderator again this year. He was a television anchor with WPIX  in New York City and a news reporter and producer in Washington D.C.

You can read a recent article from the New York Post about Tom Morrison and his books: CLICK HERE.

About the Book

Patrick A. Peters (“Pap”) and Prescott U. Peters (“Pup”), the intrepid tort lawyers whose zany exploits delighted readers of Torts R Us, return with another round of legal shenanigans guaranteed to make you laugh until you cry.

Their latest antics include a lawsuit against the Russian government for entrapping a well-known Congressman in a honey trap, attempting to liberate all the chimpanzees in the Bronx Zoo, and representing the unforgettable Lydia Lowlace in lawsuits against unscrupulous strip club owners and video game makers who have taken advantage of her sudden fame. The brothers even concoct a plan to revitalize Connecticut’s three poorest cities by turning them into a mecca for nationwide tort lawsuits. Settle into your favorite chair to make sure you don’t fall on the floor laughing at the latest exploits of these lovable lawyers who will stop at nothing in their pursuit of publicity, fame, fun and money.

About Tom Morrison

A graduate of Otterbein University (Ohio) and New York University Law School, T. C. Morrison spent his 50-year legal career writing briefs and trying cases around the country for a series of New York City law firms.

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