I endorse Jurassic Park
- Oct 20, 2009
Our ability to sue anybody and everybody for anything and everything has gotten far out of hand. Can they really do anything against him? I certainly hope not.
And if anyone objects to polluting existing oceans with lawyers, fuck it, I´ll dig you a new one.One of Many said:
LOL! That actually IS disturbing...that was Uwe Boll again, wasnt it? And Till Schweiger...*gross*Agiel7 said:I think the really big deal here is that there's people willingly illegally downloading the Far Cry movie...
If the reviews are to be believed, they punished themselves by watching it.zombie711 said:Wait people download the Far Cry movie? they deserved to be punished!
You know what would be fucking hilarious? If he just submitted some sort of forms and got the case against him dropped with them.MaxPowers666 said:I think this is probably one of the best things I have ever heard. I mean I know the US is rumored to be sue happy but god dam this is just hilarious. Dont you guys have any way to just bash somebody over the head for trying to make ridiculous lawsuits like this. Its actually problems like this that make your legal system completely useless.
They know full well that their lawsuit is going to fail but they are going to try and drag it out to either bully the guy into stop selling his packages or try and bankrupt him. Its actually a very common practice that large lawfirms and companies use to get what they want.
Almost. USCG is one of those "companies" that make money by "speculative invoicing". Which basically means sending messages saying "We can convince a judge that you pirated XYZ, Pay us $5000 or we'll have a court destroy your life." to random people, guilty or not. So then you either pay them or spend 10 times as much on court fees getting the charges dropped.TMAN10112 said:okay, let me get this straight.
A lawyer who is selling self-help documents (which show people how to defend themselves in court, rather than hiring a expensive attorney), is being sued by a group of lawyers who are angry that the people who took advantage of his advice don't need to pay them thousands of dollars for something they can now do themselves.
....am I getting this right?