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Taking No Chances, Tech Firm Employs Attorney Named Sue Yoo

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Guess who just got married?

If you said Sue Yoo, in-house counsel for Los Angeles tech company Think Passenger, you're the big winner!

Think Passenger does something techy, which non-techy folks--like me--may have a difficult time understanding. According to the company's website, "Top brands choose Passenger to create private online communities for gathering insights, driving innovation and building advocacy and loyalty. Passenger’s configurable interface and rich feature set enables the creation of branded communities for a variety of business objectives, from connecting with customers to collaborating with employees or partners. This translates to a tailored and targeted solution for businesses across all industries pursuing the common goals of improving their products and services, collecting insights and evolving their brand in real-time as a result of community findings."

Well, whatever that means, Sue Yoo will be all over your ass if you try to put one over on Think Passenger--which boasts a client list that includes Coca-Cola, General Electric, Procter & Gamble, VH1, and others. With a law degree from Duke University, Sue Yoo is ostensibly beyond well-equipped to, well, sue you.

No one in the office seems to believe me when I tell them about Sue Yoo. So, to all you doubters, here's a stick in the eye:



Call me crazy, but I just can't help wondering: do you think Sue Yoo is acquainted with the young lady below?



Anyway, with Sue Yoo and Sue Mee on the brain, now seems like the perfect time for the following musical interlude:

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TAGS:  SUE YOO, SUE MEE, LIONEL RICHIE    SOURCE:   New York Times

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