When I began work as a paralegal at the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld in March 1988 my supervisor, legal assistant administrator, Maggie Sinnott, was married to one of the firm's partners, a litigator who did some work for the client Eastern Airlines, named Larry Tanenbaum. Maggie Sinnott and Larry Tanenbaum got divorced.
By 1991 Larry Tanenbaum was dating Rebecca Jackson, who was one of my coworkers in the Litigation Support Group, supervised by Chris Robertson. Larry Tanenbaum and Rebecca Jackson Tanenbaum are now married.
I vaguely recall that for a time after I moved to the Terrace Office Suite that housed Litigation Support, beginning April 8, 1991, Rebecca Jackson worked in the cubicle adjacent to mine. Rebecca Jackson would therefore have first-hand knowledge of my frightening, disruptive and bizarre behavior that led to the decision to terminate my employment in late October 1991.
Another Litigation Support employee, Bob Dillon, would also have first-hand knowledge of my bizarre behavior.