Abnormal Use Makes Its Radio Debut

Yesterday, Abnormal Use became more than an awarding-winning legal blog.  We became an award-winning legal blog that was quoted on the radio.  That’s right, the radio!

On NPR’s “Here & Now,” the host used two of our former blog posts on the Stella Liebeck McDonald’s hot coffee case in an interview with Susan Saladoff.   Saladoff, as you might recall, is the former plaintiff’s attorney who has created the anti-tort reform documentary, Hot Coffee. You can listen to that interview here (Abnormal Use comes in around the 10:35 mark).

You can re-read the posts cited by the host here and here.

Comments

  1. John David Galt says:

    At least McDonalds and Chick-Fil-A are so large that they don’t need insurance against these “lottery cases.” A local business could easily be destroyed, and it’s not their fault they have one or two stupid customers.

    Maybe they’ll have to stop serving coffee to customers in the drive-thru. Or at least to old women.

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