LegalZoom, the online legal forms company that reportedly has drafted more than a million wills, plans to roll out convenience store vending machines that will dispense “customized legal forms in a can,” a company spokesperson disclosed yesterday.
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.”
On the heels of a lawsuit that claims Chuck E. Cheese restaurant games are illegal gambling devices, a second lawsuit filed in Nevada alleges that Chuck is a “drunken lout who is not a real mouse but is instead a man dressed up as a Norway rat with a prosthetic tail.” The lawsuit also questions the […]
Al Gore reportedly will intervene in a lawsuit between a criminal defense lawyer and a group of bloggers who are now calling themselves “the internet,” sources close to the former vice president said.
WIthout announcing anything new or remotely different than other crappy social media sites, LawBubbler unveiled its new social media offering last week.
U.S. News & World Report, a national magazine that used to report news but now only ranks schools, is nearing completion of a plan to open its own law school, a senior editor at the magazine revealed today.