[Lawyer Stephen] DeNittis said both plaintiffs — John Farley, of Evesham and Charles Noah Pendrack, of Ocean City — came to him after reading last week about the short sandwiches.
DeNittis is asking for compensatory damages for his client and a change in Subway’s practices.
The Milford, Conn.-based firm should either make sure its sandwiches measure a full foot or stop advertising them as such.
Most people can handle the fact that occasionally Subway’s bread bakes a little shorter than a foot. But not these guys. John Farley and Charles Noah Pendrack, stick to Jersey Mike’s, for everyone’s sanity.
Inman sparked a flood of charity donations, and yet Carreon still tried to punish him for making fun of his baseless legal threats by dragging him through the court system. We’re very pleased that Carreon has seen that his lawsuit had no merit, and hope that this is the end of his abuse of the legal system.
EFF Intellectual Property Director Corynne McSherry • On the decision by Charles Carreon, the lawyer for FunnyJunk, to quit his legal battle against Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal and everyone indirectly touched by their spat — from fundraising sites to those whom the funds were being raised for. The EFF was pulled in to fight Carreon’s lawsuit, and he almost immediately folded. Talk about Independence Day.