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Vote: February’s Most Ridiculous Lawsuit

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With Valentine’s Day approaching, February is typically a time for romance, but this month’s ridiculous lawsuits have us asking, “Where’s the love?”

Here are this month’s “Most Ridiculous Lawsuit” nominees:

  • A class action against Whole Foods and Wegman’s—which includes the suit’s lawyer as a named plaintiff—claims the grocery stores’ “half-baked” advertising is a possible health concern for customers.  Vote Here.
  • Maybe you want to get your better half a message for Valentine’s Day? Well, some Message Envy customers just can’t learn how to relax (or read the fine print)—which has them suing the national chain for $7.8 million—much of which the ‘victims’ will never actually see.  Vote Here.
  • The Patriots may have taken home the Super Bowl trophy, but an incarcerated man in Colorado is looking to take home a big chunk of change–$88 billion—alleging that a reversed call in a Dallas Cowboys playoff game was an instance of  “negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, and also reckless disregard.”  Vote Here.

Which of these lawsuits do you think is the most ridiculous? To vote in the February poll, click here.

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