Midnight In The Desert — lawsuits

Another Lawsuit Filed to Prove the Existence of Bigfoot

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Another Lawsuit Filed to Prove the Existence of Bigfoot

Like seemingly everything else in the U.S., proving the existence of Bigfoot may be settled … in a courtroom. “I ran into a Sasquatch – a Bigfoot. We were face to face. He was 30 feet up in the tree.” Claudia Ackley of Crestline, California, claims that on March 17, 2017, between 6:30 and 7 p.m., she and her two daughters saw a Bigfoot while hiking in Lake Arrowhead in the San Bernardino National Forest. “He looked like a Neanderthal man with a lot of hair. About 800 pounds. I was trying to tell it to please not hurt us,...

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Grumpy Cat Wins $700,000 in Copyright Lawsuit

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Grumpy Cat Wins $700,000 in Copyright Lawsuit

Grumpy Cat has a lot of reasons to be less grumpy this week — 710,001 reasons to be exact. The Grumpy Cat Limited company was awarded $710,001 in damages on Monday when a California jury decided that the beverage company Grenade was guilty of infringing on its copyright and trademark. “I think, first of all, that it’s a just verdict. The jury followed the law and facts and reached a verdict that was justified based on the law and the facts,” David Jonelis of Lavely & Singer, Grumpy Cat’s lawyer, told TheWrap. “It’s nice that my client’s rights were vindicated...

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