Patron Who Didn't Like Wine Loses Suit Against Retailer Brendan Pierson, New York Law Journal April 8, 2014 | 3 Comments share share by mail share on linkedin Facebook share on twitter share on google+ Share With Email Send Thank you for sharing! Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. print reprints 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. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Already Registered? Sign In now 5 free articles* every 30 days, from other ALM publications Exclusive discounts on ALM events and products New York Law Journal digital newsletter, plus your choice of more than 30 digital newsletters Access on the device of your choice: smartphone, tablet, or desktop Unlimited free access to Corporate Counsel and Law Technology News online Create Account with LinkedIn Register Now *May exclude premium content VIEW COMMENTS ( 3 ) ADD COMMENT What's being said Sign In Terms & Conditions George W Ilchert Apr 08, 2014 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. Apr 08, 2014 He should have to pay for the time of the judge and all the court personnel as well. Sid Apr 08, 2014 This is why the European system of requiring the loser to pay the winners attorney‘s fees and costs has merit Comments are not moderated. To report offensive comments, click here. Preparing comment abuse report for Article# 1202650104914 Send Thank you! This article's comments will be reviewed.