A man is suing a popular blog for defamation for publishing a “satirical” post with the headline: “Jersey City Pedophile Loses His $4 Million Lotto Ticket, Sues the Whole World.” Now why would anyone take offense at that headline?
It’s would be bad enough for a judge to tell you your motion is “improper” but when he says it is “harebrained” you probably aren’t going to win.
A Pennsylvania man was charged with disorderly conduct after putting a phony obituary in the local newspaper for his still-living mother in a bid for paid bereavement leave from work.
“…it is highly questionable whether attending law school is a legally cognizable injury, notwithstanding that the rigors of law school are well known and undoubtedly unpleasant to some extent.”
Public Records Dispute Leads to Lawsuit Seeking $1.25 in Damages
The judicial pecking order does not permit little peckers to overrule big peckers.
South Side Woodwork (1979) Ltd. v. R.C. Contracting Ltd. (Queen’s Bench, Alberta 1989)