We just discussed the need to solve the problem of lawsuit abuse the other day (In Lawsuits We Trust). Please consider this the most recent, and perhaps best, example of just why such reform is needed.
Read through this first, courtesy of Bill Hanstock at sbnation.com:
Really, this could be a primer on how NOT to file a suit.
“What can we learn about the plaintiff from this document? Well, we know first of all that he owns a typewriter, but not a computer. We can further assume that he had only one piece of paper to work with, given the amount of “corrections” made on the fly.
He also appears to be technically filing for “COPRIGHT INFRINGEMENTU” which may not be the same thing as copyright infringement. Hopefully he didn’t accidentally begin a case about something having to do with police rights.”
Even better, Johnnie N. Perry goes so far as refer to his invention as a “three-point stands”. Here’s Mr. Perry’s invention:
Improper pluralization aside, when I think “three points”, I’m generally looking for..three points.
Call me crazy.
My advice: if you are thinking of filing a “COPRIGHT INFRINGEMENTU” suit, do yourself a favor — find a computer, make sure it has SpellCheck, or at the very least hire a 4th grader as your proof reader.
Otherwise, you could end up as one very unhappy “PALINTIFF“.