Rick Reilly on the Oakland Mother’s Day-stadium suit

by Walter Olson on June 12, 2009

By reader acclaim: ESPN’s Rick Reilly is righteously hacked off at California serial litigator Alfred Rava and his sex discrimination settlement over an Oakland A’s breast cancer promotion which gave out floppy sun hats on Mother’s Day to women attending the game but not (horrors) to men. (“Make $100 the sleazy way“):

So how many guys have lined up to get their rightful floppy-hat-equivalent payment that was stolen from them by those selfish Mother’s Day-manipulating women? “Well, I haven’t taken a single call so far,” said the 1-888 operator at the firm handling claims. “And I’m here just about every day.”

Earlier coverage of Rava’s Oakland suit here, and on his earlier suit over an Anaheim Angels Mother’s Day tote bag giveaway here, here, here, and here.

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1 BG 06.12.09 at 10:45 am

I want a toy with my Big Mac meal.

2 Robert 06.12.09 at 11:58 am

It would have been more interesting for him to challenge the free mammograms for men only. Men do get breast cancer.

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