Tuesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Yes, it has been a crappy year for me, but can the video game company really take my image off of the cover of this year's version of a game named after me?
Answer: Check your contract but if they did it to Tiger, I'm guessing they can do it to you, too. (CBS News, Tiger Woods Dropped From Cover of His Own Video Game)
2) Question: The governor just said he'd grant clemency to both my sister and me on our life sentences for armed robbery if I will donate a kidney to my ill sister, who requires dialysis. I'm not trying to be ungrateful here, but, um, can he do that?
Answer: This seems to fall squarely into the category of "Questions You Really Don't Want to Know the Answer To." Let's leave it alone. (Turley, Miss. Governor Frees Sisters Who Robbed $11 – But With A Catch)
3) Question: I have spent 500 hours using this penis enlarger that I purchased and I've seen no results. Can I recover the cost of the (non)enlarger as well as "moral and punitive damages?"
Answer: Just 500 hours, huh? Are you sure you don't want to give it a fair chance to work its magic? If not, keep an eye on a case going on now in Canada that is exploring this same issue. (Consumerist, Man Says Penis Enlarger Never Worked, Even After 500 Hours Of Use)
Posted by Bruce Carton on January 11, 2011 at 01:47 PM | Permalink
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