Monday, September 30, 2013

Somebody Sued Emilio Estefan!



Hmm, this is a pro se pleading in which the following was alleged:
Jacobs argues that, in 1999, he entered into an implied contract with Estefan Enterprises, Inc. (“Estefan, Inc.”). Estefan, Inc. allegedly breached the contract in 2005 or 2006. On August 12, 2011, Jacobs filed his complaint against Estefan Inc. for (1) breach of implied contract; (2) promissory estoppel; (3) detrimental reliance; (4) pain and suffering; and (5) out-of-pocket expenses.
Ok legal wizards, what jumps out at you on those alleged facts?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

motion to dismiss for being a dumbass?

Godwhacker said...

2005, 2006?

Why not go back to the dark ages?

Anonymous said...

Laches!

Anonymous said...

I believe he was struck by incoming sound waves from large speakers and wads of cash flying over his head, some just errant enough to brush his hair - impact rule schimpak rule - mtd denied.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps "Bad Boy" came on the TV and he was well within the "Zone of Danger"!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukA8ocBJu2M

Anonymous said...

Is that SA in at :46? In the bowler hat?

Anonymous said...

As far as I can read, it all seems legitimate.
SOMEBODY sued Emilio Estefan?
Give the guy some respect, he is a Veteran.
To go at this monumental task, pro-se no less is nothing short of amazing.
But, why is Estefan so quiet?
Why hasn't he made a comment about this matter, any comment?
Maybe he should have or could have prevented the lawsuit and the negative that comes from being sued, by a VETERAN by treating the guy like a human being and asking him if there was anything he could do to help fix the problem.
Instead, Estefan "sics" his lawyers on the guy.
When have you ever heard of a pro-se litigant presenting his case against someone rich and famous, giving a very good account of himself?

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Anonymous said...

This guy should ask the court for a hearing.
Force Estefan and his lawyers into court.
This way the media gets involved and, if he has everything in order, he can make all his evidence and the facts public.
People with money always get away with things that us average people could not.
Cross examine Emilio Estefan, get to the truth, and make him and his company "pony up" and make things right.
A little humility works wonders for money, power, and HUGE egos of which Emilio Estefan proably has a VERY HUGE ego.

Mark Conti said...

Emilio Estefan:
I happen to be a Veteran and find your company's actions to be an insault to every memeber of the Armed Forces.
I believe Veteran Jacobs had just cause to sue your company.
There are two sides to a story, but you have not given yours.
I would sure love to hear what you have to say about this.
I find the actions of your company repulsive.
And to those employed by your company who are also named as defendants what they all did was wrong, unprofessional, and llegal.

Strat said...

The Estefan's are "thugs".
They plagiarize, and get away with it because, well they can get away with it.
Those in the "know" in the South Florida and Miami area can attest to this.
The Estefan's think they own people and can do as they please.
Somebody in the media should get Emilio Estefan on camera and question him about this lawsuit.
Ask tough questions, get to the bottom of why he is being sued by a veteran.
And why has this guy pushed the "great" Emilio Estefan and his company without the benefit of a lawyer.
Hardly any interest from the media, why?
Why don't you guys at South Florida Lawyers offer pro bono counsel?
Wouldn't it be funny :--) if this got to a jury trial, and the guy wins?