Shaking Down Mayor McCheese

This lawsuit is exactly why the U.S. legal system needs to adopt the “loser pays” model for civil litigation. Ridiculous grifter [expletive deleted] like this would dissapear overnight.

McDonald’s sued over Happy Meals

Happy Meals are again under attack, this time in court.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has filed a lawsuit against McDonald’s Corp., claiming that the company’s meals with toys unfairly entice children into eating food that can do them harm.

The Washington advocacy group warned McDonald’s in June that it would sue if the company did not stop providing toys with children’s meals that have high amounts of sugar, calories, fat and salt. The suit, filed in San Francisco Superior Court, seeks class-action status.

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The lead plaintiff in the suit is Monica Parham, a mother of two from Sacramento who said the company “uses toys as bait to induce her kids to clamor to go to McDonald’s,” the organization said.

See also:
Happy Meal suit raises more than food, marketing questions
Suit claims toys in McDonald’s Happy Meals deceptive advertising
California mom sues McDonald’s over Happy Meals
McDonald’s `Happy Meal’ Toys Assailed in Lawsuit Filed by Consumer Group
Mom and Consumer Group Sue McDonald’s For Luring Kids with Happy Meal Toys
McDonald’s hit with class action over toys
Parents Or Judges: Who Should Rule On Happy Meals?
McDonald’s suit over Happy Meal toys by California mom Monet Parham new low in responsible parenting
Sac Mom At Center Of Happy Meal Lawsuit
Ronald McDonald in court
Center For Science In The Public Interest
McDonald’s

I know one thing for damn sure, if Monica Parham and the Center for Science in the Public Interest knew they’d have to pay McDonald’s attorneys’ fees when they lose this frivolous hamburglary extortion attempt, there’s no way in hell they’d bring this bull[expletive deleted] anywhere near a courthouse.

/and if Ms. Parham is such an unbelievably pathetic parent that she can’t even say no to her children, well, then maybe a visit from social services is in order

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