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Brooklyn man meets his match in lawsuit against Sean McGinn, a Brooklyn man who filed a $5 million class-action suit against over unanswered emails has dropped the suit due to the extreme amount of ridicule he endured from media coverage. [New York Post]

Fantasy lawyer job settling fantasy football disputes: Are you a lawyer/sports fan looking for work? Why not sign up to settle disputes at Fantasy Dispute or  Sports Judge, which provide a lawyer to resolve disputes among fantasy league participants. Of course, the pay -- $15 a case -- will barely cover the cost of beer at a real life football game. []

"Truth is more controversial than pornography."  So says Consumer Watchdog founder Harvey Rosenfield after his group's billboard that read "Consumer Watchdog Says: 'You Can't Trust Mercury Insurance'" was taken down last week after the insurance company complained. By contrast, just down the street, a billboard for an Absolut Mango ad that depicts a giant vagina remains standing. [MSNBC]

Lawsuit over bad behavior: OK, so the wait staff's remark on a couple's restaurant bill describing their two year old daughter as a "little f****" probably isn't a paradigm of customer service. But are the parents behaving as badly as their daughter apparently did by consulting a lawyer and threatening a suit? [Daily Mail]

Posted by Carolyn Elefant on September 10, 2009 at 05:20 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)


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