A lawsuit filed last week puts the spotlight on two oft-misunderstood children’s book stars and unveils what is an apparent deep rift between Thing One and Thing Two
Ahe dispute about adding an Effin Facebook page has led to the hiring of two Effin lawyers.
Having listened to hours of testimony about the iPad and its competitors, a jury returns a verdict of “f#ck off.”
A woman in New York has sued the hamburger franchise White Castle for disability discrimination, claiming that recent changes to the seating design in in one of the chain’s restaurants left her “unable to reach my sliders.”
Long overshadowed by footnote four, footnote three of the Carolene Products case may soon get his due, with a new fall docudrama on HBO chronicling his long struggle with alcoholism and drug abuse, which began shortly after release of the case. “I’m ready ready for prime time now,” footnote three said in a prepared statement. “I’m a fighter.”
A federal court in New York has issued a preliminary injunction against the Rapture while it considers trademark and other infringement claims brought by a group of zombies. The zombie group also revealed in the court filing that preparations for an additional 40 million undead is “logistically challenging and far behind schedule.”