L.A. Law: Season 7, Episode 13

Hello and Goodbye (18 Feb. 1993)

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Paros represents a widow suing a newsman for allowing her husband to kill himself as the cameras rolled. Meanwhile, Mullaney maintains a hospital bedside vigil for his dying father. Morales... See full summary »

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Paros represents a widow suing a newsman for allowing her husband to kill himself as the cameras rolled. Meanwhile, Mullaney maintains a hospital bedside vigil for his dying father. Morales contacts the police to help find baby Lucy and protect Gwen from the woman still calling herself Alison Morales after she waylays and wounds Gwen. Also, Dana Romney appears before Kelsey who is now suing the city for negligence in matter of the beating of Markowitz. Written by Anonymous

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[Here at the courthouse]
Melina Paros: And when did your late husband go into his late depression?
Belinda Collins: Last year, after trademark tools moved their manufacturing plant to Taiwan, after 23 years is a dime maker, he was on the street along with 50 other machinists.
Melina Paros: Please go on.
Belinda Collins: He felt tremendous guilt. As a worker's rap, he helped management to keep trademark non-union in return for the assurance that their jobs would be secure. And after the shutdown, he... he became obsessed with how he'd been lied to, he wrote...
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