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Don't Argue Alter Ego Theory With Ed Ricci!

 I  caught this in the DBR this morning:
"Costa Cruise Lines is the alter ego of Carnival," said Edward Ricci, whose lawsuit seeks to represent Giglio Island tourist-related businesses that claim the disaster deterred visitors, polluted environmentally sensitive local waters and depressed property values.
I think Costa's in trouble on this one.

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