Patron Who Didn't Like Wine Loses Suit Against Retailer

, New York Law Journal

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A Manhattan judge has dismissed a fraudulent inducement lawsuit filed against a wine store and its owner by a customer who bought six $12.99 bottles of a wine he didn't like.

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  • George W Ilchert

    Judges have ample tools at their disposal to deal with litigants and attorneys who bring frivolous claims . Give them a taste of the lash in the form of sanctions . It will specifically deter the offender and generally deter future conduct by similarly motivated individuals.

  • He should have to pay for the time of the judge and all the court personnel as well.

  • Sid

    This is why the European system of requiring the loser to pay the winners attorney‘s fees and costs has merit

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