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Corporations, Not People, Clog Our Courts 5 of 10

Corporations, Not People, Clog Our Courts 5 of 10

In 1998 Kellogg Co. sued Exxon Corp., claiming that Exxon’s “whimsical tiger” logo, which had been in existence for over thirty years, would confuse consumers who associated the higher logo with Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes mascot, “Tony the Tiger.”

A federal judge in Memphis threw out the suit, saying that Kellogg was “grossly remiss in failing to assert its rights” sooner. This didn’t stop Kellogg, which further clogged the courts by appealing the verdict to the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. In its brief Kellogg argued that the Exxon tiger, like Tony, “walks or runs on his two hind legs and acts in a friendly manner.”

It is a fallacy when people say consumers clog our courts, because in fact, it is the greedy insurance companies and other major corporations that are causing the disruption.

Sometimes an injured victims must seek justice by prosecuting his or her case against the safety rule violator and auto insurance company. Injuries and our health are the most important and valuable thing you possess, so call our office at 702.830.7070 to see how we can protect your injury rights.

The above is from Gerry Spence’s Bloodthirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power pages 172-176.

Anthony Paglia
Anthony Paglia
apaglia@anthonypaglia.com

Mr. Paglia graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV. In law school, he was appointed by the Nevada Supreme Court as a student attorney where he successfully prosecuted his first trial for the City of Las Vegas. Anthony studied international and comparative law in Curaçao, Netherland Antilles. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked as a City of Henderson Senior Lifeguard, busboy, administrative assistant for the Las Vegas District Attorney’s office, personal fitness trainer, barback and front desk manager.