In September, Kirland & Ellis partner Frederick Tanne sued his wife, her lover, and her father for giving him herpes. (We mentioned this lawsuit in passing in a Morning Docket at the time of the complaint, and many of you complained about the item not getting its own post. A senior partner at Kirkland & Ellis is suing his wife, her lover and her father for giving him genital herpes. Frederick Tanne claims that his wife has been having affairs left, right and centre but that the latest one left him with a rather nasty dose. In September, Kirkland & Ellis partner Frederick Tanne sued his wife, her lover, and her father for giving him herpes. (We mentioned this lawsuit in passing in Morning Docket at the time of the complaint, and many of you complained about the item not getting its own post.
Frederick Tanne has filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, her lover and her father, claiming that she passed along to him herpes that she contracted during an affair. Reps for Tanne, a senior partner at Kirkland & Ellis, could not be reached for comment. More bad news today for the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis. After suffering the embarassment of having senior partner Fred Tanne’s STD test results laid bare for all to see earlier this week, employees were informed today that Tropicana orange juice, cereal, and yogurt has been cut from the firm’s free breakfast menu. Bad news: The STD test results are in and it turns out that Fred and Amy (left) do, indeed, have herpes. White-shoe attorney Frederick Tanne, 47, filed suit against his wife of 22 years, Amy Tanne, 46, earlier this year, charging her straying had left him with Herpes Simplex Virus 2, an STD that caused him to suffer pain, suffering, emotional, mental, psychological and physical injuries and loss of enjoyment of life. Reps for Tanne, a senior partner at Kirkland & Ellis, could not be reached for comment. A Manhattan lawyer who sued his estranged wife for allegedly giving him herpes didn’t get it from her, court papers say.
Kirkland & Ellis Parnter Sues Wife After Finding Herpes Prescription In House General Off-Topic. The New York Post reports that Frederick Tanne, a senior corporate partner in Kirkland & Ellis’s New York office, is suing his wife, her lover, and her doctor father, after contracting herpes because of his wife’s alleged infidelity. But that’s what happened to Amy Tanne and her husband, Frederick Tanne. Mr. Tanne found a herpes-treatment drug that his father-in-law (a physician) had prescribed for Amy. At that point, Mr. Tanne, a senior litigation partner at Kirkland & Ellis, a huge (1,400 lawyer) national law firm, decided to sue everyone involved on one legal theory or another. He filed a divorce action against his wife on the grounds of adultery, a separate tort action against Stockel for knowingly transferring the virus, and another tort claim against his father-in-law and Amy for conspiring to hide the infidelity and the subsequent infection. A man enraged by a noisy family sitting near him in a movie theater on Christmas night shot the father of the family in the arm, police said. Roy L. Pearson, the former administrative law judge who sued his dry cleaner for 54 million over a misplaced pair of pants, lost his final appeal in the District s highest court. Frederick Tanne is a Manhattan senior partner at Kirkland & Ellis, a big firm of which I could say nasty things but won t because I m about to go to trial against them and don t need to give them locker room bulletin board fodder.
Lawyer Contracts Herpes, Sues Everyone: Gothamist
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