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Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2014: Episode 7

Woman Sues Disney for $250M, Claims Frozen Is Stolen From Her Life’s Story A woman is suing the Walt Disney Corporation for $250 million, claiming the blockbuster movie, Frozen, was actually stolen from her life story. That’s right – ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

LA Lakers ‘Showtime’ Threatened by Class Action Over Text Messages

On their home court at the Staples Center, the Los Angeles Lakers are known for giving their fans “showtime” in the form of exciting basketball. One fan, however, wants to give back to the team in the form of a ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Caught on Video: Plaintiff in pending disability lawsuit topples huge, historic boulder

One of the men responsible for toppling an, "ancient boulder in Utah's Goblin Valley State Park," was found to have filed a personal injury lawsuit just a few weeks prior to the incident. In that lawsuit, he claimed he suffered ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

2014 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits: Episode #5

NYC woman spooked by ‘Dexter’ ad sues MTA, Showtime for subway fall A New York City woman is suing public transportation after she was startled by an advertisement for the Showtime murder series “Dexter,” causing her to take a tumble ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Gambler Sues, Says He Lost $500,000 Playing ‘Blackout’ Drunk

"Sin City" is chock full of stories of gamblers who lost big — and partiers who had a little too much to drink. One man, however, thinks he shouldn't have to pay for his gambling losses because he was so drunk, ... WATCH VIDEO & read story

Oregon Home Builder Pushes Back Against Patent Troll

Building today's high-tech homes takes increasing skill, but beneath the new gadgets and fancy finishes, the fundamentals haven't changed in generations. But one technique, used for decades, is now being targeted by a patent troll — and experts say this could ... WATCH VIDEO & read story
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