Dispatches from the Farthest Outposts of Civilization

March 14, 2014 § 6 Comments

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§ 6 Responses to Dispatches from the Farthest Outposts of Civilization

  • Jane Tucker says:

    I saw a complaint once that alleged a “vindictive vendetta.” As opposed to the non-vindictive vendetta.

  • thusbloggedanderson says:

    I think it is a rare pleading that could not be improved with the phrase “possibly using witchcraft.” Defendant then tortiously interfered with Plaintiff’s lawful business, without right or justifiable cause, possibly using witchcraft ….

    • Larry says:

      Yes, I agree. But that word “possibly” should always be included so as to avoid R11 sanctions!

      • thusbloggedanderson says:

        Exactly. “Your Honor, the pleading stated that opposing counsel was POSSIBLY a witch/pervert/Justin Bieber … how is that sanctionable?”

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