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The Daily Memo - 11/12/07

check.jpgRIM is suing LG over some of its phones because it claims that no wireless device can use the words “black,” “berry” or “pearl.” (Gizmodo)

check.jpgThat’s a lot of cheesecake — the Cheesecake Factory has won $74 million in a lawsuit against a landlord which tried to block the restaurant chain from opening a nearby competitive location. (Blogging Stocks)

check.jpgBut that’s nothing! Merck has agreed to pay a staggering $4.85 billion to settle the state and federal Vioxx lawsuits. (FindLaw)

check.jpgSenator Tom Harkin (D-IA) says that “‘king’ Bush no longer honors right that dates to Middle Ages.” (The Raw Story)

check.jpgYard sales? In our town?! No ma’am!! (Star Tribune)

check.jpg“Briton David Throner was dedicated to his employer for 25 years and now after a two-year legal battle he owns the $4.9 million farm on which he worked.” (UPI)

check.jpgA Mobile, Alabama man has been charged with busting into an elementary school’s cafeteria and stealing $2.25 from the cash register. (al.com)

check.jpgNorway’s Supreme Court has tossed out the prison conviction of a man who tossed a layer cake at the Finance Minister, hitting him in the head. (Aftenposten)