Some great news, if you haven't heard: the court has ruled against Roy Pearson in his ridiculous case against Soo and Jin Chung, owners of a cleaners.
I've posted about it previously here and here. Pearson, to the left in the picture, sued the Chungs for $54 million over a pair of pants that he alleged that they lost. They claimed to have the pants, but kept offering to settle the case for increasing amounts, beginning with the replacement value of the pants and finally offering $12,000.
The judge stated in her ruling:
"A reasonable consumer would not interpret 'Satisfaction Guaranteed' to mean that a merchant is required to satisfy a customer's unreasonable demands"
The judge also ordered Pearson to pay the Chungs for their immediate court costs, $1,000, in dealing with his nuisance suit, and is considering a motion to force Pearson to recompensate the Chungs for the tens of thousands of dollars in attorney fees that they spent fighting his suit.
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.