Ultra-embarrassing fraternity lawsuit

by Walter Olson on February 4, 2012

The case is from West Virginia, and Lowering the Bar and Rob Beschizza/BoingBoing have the details.

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1 John Burgess 02.04.12 at 8:47 am

Do we have any proof–nay, even indication!–that fraternities are capable of embarrassment?

2 Mark Biggar 02.04.12 at 1:18 pm

Yet one more example of why there should be a “Darwin Award” (of close there to) defense for civil liability. “Your Honor, the Plaintiff acted with such blatant stupidity that there was no way to foresee the possibility this event happening. Move to dismiss!”

3 Walter Olson 02.04.12 at 2:14 pm

Of course in this case the plaintiff is not the one chargeable with such stupidity. But perhaps the fraternity could consider this defense in seeking to be let out of the case.

4 Mannie 02.05.12 at 1:04 pm

@ Mark Biggar

Roger that!

5 boblipton 02.05.12 at 2:23 pm

Must be pre-law.

Bob

6 Ron Miler 02.06.12 at 11:38 am

“Must be pre-law.”

To the man with a hammer, everything is a nail.

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