Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Yes, I am one of seven people on this planet that know all three secrets as to how to make English muffins that have "nooks and crannies." So what? Does that mean I can't go work for some other English muffin company? I'm sick of this place!
Answer: Looks that way, sorry Muffin Man! (The Legal Intelligencer, Secret Muffin Recipe Prevents Executive From Switching Jobs)
2) Question: The guy next to me on this plane is STINKING! I mean over-the-top, flat-out brutal body odor. Is there anything I can do? I may not survive this!
Answer: Are you on Jazz Air? If so, you may be in luck, as they will not hesitate to "deplane" an extremely smelly passenger. (CNN, Smelly Passenger Kicked Off Flight (via Consumerist)
3) Question: I just won thousands of dollars' worth of chips playing slots at the casino. The only complication is that I was previously banned for life from this casino, so they won't let me cash out. How can I get paid here?
Answer: You can try to sue the casino, but at least one guy already lost on a similar "conversion/contract" claim. Maybe unjust enrichment? (Meeting the Sin Laws, Ding Ding Ding: We Have a Loser)
Posted by Bruce Carton on February 22, 2010 at 03:45 PM | Permalink
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