Don’t get me wrong, I generally applaud anyone suing Apple. I think they are pushing intellectual property law to the point where it limits healthy competition and will eventually destroy America’s competitive edge. (And, hey, republicans if you are looking to get more youth in your ranks, this might be a good issue for you.…
James Macungie recently filed a lawsuit against Google. Mr. Macungie alleges that their contextual ad, promising one weird old tip to lose belly fat, did not work as advertised. The tip, according to documents filed in the Norther District of South Dakota, was to drink two glasses of water before every meal. After years of…
Stupid lawsuits are as American as apple pie. Now they’ve gone upscale and European.
Kimber and Mark celebrate their one-year podcasting anniversary and discuss ethics, Rush Limbaugh, and the MJ overdose trial.
Mark and Kimber discuss a town’s choice of Jesus or jail, plus a literal benchslap, the pork-n-beans lawsuit, and the naked truth about San Francisco.
We’ve got self-videotaped confessions, greased pigs, and how not try to pull off a professional hit. Plus, the chewing gum lawsuit of the century.
Kimber and Mark dig into the latest LSAT inflation scandal, weigh in on judges asking clerks to work for free, and finish with food and carcasses.
He’s been ordering the White Castle #2 sack meal for 52 years, which includes two double cheeseburgers. Why comp him three hamburgers without cheese?
[powerpress] This week on The Bitter Brief, Kimber and Mark wax philosophical on South Korean labor contracts and take ridiculous plaintiffs to task in the mother of all lawsuits. We debate the legality of some fabulous protest, and our discussion on employment discrimination gets ugly. Click here to subscribe to The Bitter Brief on iTunes!