Richard Thomas embezzled nearly $20,000,000 from his employer. The employer then kept Thomas’s profit sharing account of about $21,000 as an offset against the embezzled amount. Of course, this violated ERISA’s anti-alienation provisions. Thomas sued his former employer for the money and won. To add to the employer’s misery, Thomas then sued to recover his […]
wonk, noun, (wŏngk / wäŋk / woŋk)
Definition: 1) an expert in a specialized and narrow field; 2) an excessively assiduous and thorough student of a subject or issue; 3) a person obsessively preoccupied with the arcane details of a field.
Wonk is an anagram of "know."