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Anonymity to avoid lawsuits - frivolous and otherwise
I would rather remain anonymous not because I fear a lawsuit, but because I just don't want the extra attention.
Feb 16, 2009, 1:47 am - ThatScaryChick - Lottery Discussion Forum

Which Win do you prefer
I know Pac is just being sarcastically funny...hell, you would just have to be some old crazy nut to not claim a winning QP or any pick for that matter. But as for the purchasing of tickets already printed out that someone else couldn't or wouldn't pay for, I would consider them wholly mine once my dollar(s) hit the cashier's hand and I had the ticket in my possession. Nobody owns any of the numbers in the range of play...if that were the case, lotteries wouldn't exist since they would be figh
Jan 9, 2008, 9:26 am - OldSchoolPa - Lottery Discussion Forum

More News on Jack
In a filing made in response to Caesars lawsuit, Whittaker said the casino actually owes him money because it agreed to give him a percentage of revenue from a slot machine he developed and to credit his gambling losses. The casino, owned by Harrah's Entertainment Inc., filed the lawsuit in 2005, a year after it said the bad checks were written. The case came to light recently when the documents were subpoenaed in an unrelated wrongful-death lawsuit against Whittaker. A couple of points
Jun 8, 2006, 9:09 am - Rip Snorter - Lottery Discussion Forum

Has anyone won?
I don't think a pick 3 or pick 4 would result in a lawsuit but if you win one of the big three then that's a very good warning.
Apr 2, 2006, 1:33 am - dvdiva - Lottery Discussion Forum

big news in tennessee
if this doesn't affect the games it doesn't really matter to me.a lawsuit for improper sexual conduct against a lottery executive really won't affect the way i play,lol
Jan 6, 2006, 10:53 am - LOTTOMIKE - Lottery Discussion Forum

Pepsi Billions... cash or annuity?
Also, i think the annuity is insured. i don't think pepsi would want to risk a lawsuit of those proportions.
Jul 20, 2004, 12:04 am - DoctorEw220 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Warning about Lottery Universe
As a group,(class action) maybe we can file a lawsuit against them and drive them out of business.
Jun 10, 2004, 7:48 pm - st.germain - Lottery Discussion Forum

Michigan lottery fixed?
I'm sure in there novel written book size rules they have. There's some kinda legal jargon that they cannot be held liable. Just like when a slot machine malfunctions. Its a woopsie where not paying you. Theres a lawsuit going on right now. With a casino. Also a lawsuit with one of the big multi state games. Casinos and lotterys aren't built on winners. And ask yourself this. What has the government ever did for you? My theory is this. Steal from the masses. Let a few collect peanuts. So it look
Jun 1, 2024, 6:27 pm - Justing618 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Types of Lottery lawsuit to lookout for.
If you win the lottery, I heard that people will sue you. But suing someone is kind of hard because you need a legitimate reason and evidence. Most lottery lawsuits are like being in a lottery pool or not telling your significant other. I just want to know what type of lottery lawsuits there are. These are the only I can think of where you can lose all of your winnings.
Feb 4, 2018, 6:00 pm - rosumary - Lottery Discussion Forum

Who' s to say...
The burden of proof is on the plaintiff. RJ may have to prove he didn't enter into a verbal agreement, but only after the plaintiff presents evidence of a verbal agreement. It's common in a work place with a large number of employees when someone will ask a regular lottery player to buy them a ticket or two especially when the jackpot is high. It's no big deal with self picks, but can be a big deal if the one or two tickets is mixed in with a large number of other QPs. It's probably not meant
Oct 18, 2013, 10:42 am - Stack47 - Lottery Discussion Forum