Rock stars don't just make teenage girls scream -- they can also make judges go a little pun crazy. That was the case last week when a federal judge saw that rocker Jon Bon Jovi -- who also happens to be one of the owners of the Philadelphia Soul arena football team -- was one of the parties in a pending copyright and trademark suit. In the opening paragraphs of his 29-page opinion, the judge managed to squeeze four Bon Jovi song references and three football terms into his outline of the court battle.
Federal Judge Lets Puns Fly in Keeping Suit Against Bon Jovi Alive
The Legal Intelligencer
June 8, 2009