Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Follow up on Coor's liability following a drunk driving accident

Anthony Sebok, a law professor at Brooklyn Law School concludes in Writ that there is probably no legal basis for the mother to sue Coor's based on her son's death. He believes that the suit serves the "useful purpose" to remind society that advertising is powerful. I think that the useful purpose of the lawsuit was to provide the mother's attorney free publicity.