So, Google was kind enough to highlight this in their blog yesterday, and I feel that it is my duty as a citizen of the interwebs/series of tubes to repost this here, because I’m willing to bet that most of my readers don’t read the Google Blog.
Anyway, back in 2001 LeAnn Rimes sued Curb Records Inc to void a contract she signed when she was a minor. The kicker, is that the legal opinion released by the court was written in song, intended to be sung to the tune of several LeAnn Rimes songs. I kid you not. I quote the opening lines of the “Statement of Facts”:
A very rich and famous star
Wasn’t so rich in times afar
But what a talent she had!
If you are in the mood for a good chuckle, check out Rimes v. Curb Records on Google Scholar. Also, if you guys manage to find any other amusing court decisions in this thing, let me know.