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What I find entertaining is that some people do not consider those lawsuits 'frivolous'. What I find scary is that some people do.
Disputes WILL be settled. If not within the law, then outside it. :bolt

Those that see any lawsuit as 'frivolous' are so deep in the forest they can't see the trees. Raise the bar too high and those seeking redress from situations they feel harmed them will return with black rifles and turn the bar into splinters.
That is as it should be. The legal system works for the PUBLIC. Judges and Lawyers that lose track of the purpose of law need to be reminded.:laugh

Fiduciary obligation legal definition of Fiduciary obligation. Fiduciary obligation synonyms by the Free Online Law Dictionary.

'If Law was easy, Lawyers would make minimum wage.'
 
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^^^ What the hell are you even saying?
Think about it.
Why is there LAW?
Why did Hammurabi even bother?:dodgy
Code of Hammurabi

Why not just whip out the nine and start blasting away?
Or if you think he's faster, get some bros and drive by his crib later an see if you can catch him on the porch with a 40, unarmed.:laugh

Law is claimed to be the glue that holds society together. :clever
By denying parts of society access to that glue, one makes it inevitable that those denied will not bind.
This is why nutters walk into schools shooting.:flash
The left, who are the strongest supporters of the concept of law, blame the tools because they refuse to see their LAW as being divisive. Which it must be when you exclude parts of society from the benefits of law, while applying the ugly side of law.

If that was too complex, ask yourself.
Self, IF certain people cannot use the law to redress a grievance while others can doesn't that mean the laws are unequal? If the Law is unequal, then it stops being the glue of society and becomes just another tool for oppression.:4q
 

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Did you read any of the lawsuits? And you still think they're not frivolous?
Yes, and what I think doesn't matter. What matters is that those filing them had a chance to use the System to right what they see as a wrong done to them. It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks. Details don't matter either. Or at least until it gets to a jury. THEN it is all about the details.:flare
 

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Yes, and what I think doesn't matter. What matters is that those filing them had a chance to use the System to right what they see as a wrong done to them. It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks. Details don't matter either. Or at least until it gets to a jury. THEN it is all about the details.:flare
They're welcome to do as they please.. And I'm welcome to think they're gold-digging assholes while they do it. Free country, right?
 

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They're welcome to do as they please.. And I'm welcome to think they're gold-digging assholes while they do it. Free country, right?
Only so long as everyone is equal in the eyes of the Law. When that stops, so does the freedom.
I happen to agree that they are gold digging a$$holes, but that is a different subject. :p
 

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So blaming apple for porn addiction isn't frivolous? Macs hardly ever get viruses and pop ups. He chose to go to the website. He was "wronged"? And the robber who was injured? C'mon. What "wrong" was done to him? He was the one trying to take something that wasn't his.
 

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So blaming apple for porn addiction isn't frivolous? Macs hardly ever get viruses and pop ups. He chose to go to the website. He was "wronged"? And the robber who was injured? C'mon. What "wrong" was done to him? He was the one trying to take something that wasn't his.
In your opinion. Mine also. Unless we are on the jury, our opinion doesn't count. The dude is a nutter. Better he goes to court, gets laughed at, then put under observation by professionals then him walking into a store selling Microsoft products and opening fire. :flare
 

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Ooohhh ok. I see where you're going/coming from
 

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In your opinion. Mine also. Unless we are on the jury, our opinion doesn't count. The dude is a nutter. Better he goes to court, gets laughed at, then put under observation by professionals then him walking into a store selling Microsoft products and opening fire. :flare
There are very few civil cases tried by a jury (or really any cases for that matter). Besides, the idea is that you never go into court. It is cheaper to settle out of court, and that is what most of the frivolous lawsuit are all about. Making just enough noise that companies like Apple will just pay you to go away. That's not justice.

Your idea the the judicial system is some how fair and accessible equally to all is ludicrous. It is broken, and can be bought like anything else.
 

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I made a correspondence log for the entertainment lawyer. Or printing over 1000 documents of past emails because this lady needed this for a lawsuit coming up. But she paid me well to put together a huge binder of emails.
 

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Here we go again.... :facepalm:spit:coffee

McDonald's Hot Coffee Lawsuit - Business Insider
If you think that lawsuit was frivolous, look at the pictures of what that coffee did to her man. Permanent scarring of the genital region from (literally) blistering hot liquid. She had repeatedly asked them to cool the coffee so she didn't burn herself, then one day she did. Look at the pictures and tell me she wasn't wronged.


Obviously you can spin it and say "sued for hot coffee, wtf?" but that's not really the whole story is it? That's not to say that the rest of those lawsuits on that website are bullshit, but the hot coffee one had some merit.



EDIT: I'm referring to the original hot coffee lawsuit, from like 10 years ago, BTW.
 

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Administrative Law Courts should be illegal. :clever
I actually think the Judicial branch is the part of the American system that needs a redo the most. Starting with term limits. 10 years should be long enough. When the Constitution was written, life expectancy was in the mid 50's. So by the time a judge got nominated to the SC, he didn't have much tread left on his tires. With it in the 70's today, someone living small can expect 100. Of course, Obama care will lower that again, so the problem might resolve itself. :dodgy
 
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