Lawsuit of the Day: Greer v. 1-800-Flowers If you're a married man planning on sending flowers to your mistress, we have a tip for you: do NOT use 1-800-FLOWERS (as if you needed to be told). Check out this interesting case, filed in the Southern District of Texas (Houston), and included in this morning's Courthouse News Service (subscription): Leroy Greer v. 1-800-Flowers.Com Inc. 8/6/2007 H-07-2543 (Houston) Breach of contract action in which the defendants agreed to keep the plaintiff's order of flowers for his girlfriend private, with no record of the transaction mailed to him at his home or office. Months later, the defendants sent a thank you card to the plaintiff's home, and his wife called the defendants for proof of the purchase. The defendants faxed the plaintiff's wife proof of his order of flowers for his girlfriend, which resulted in a divorce being filed. Greer v. 1-800-Flowers: An Update Here's some follow-up on our Lawsuit of the Day, Greer v. 1-800-Flowers. Plaintiff Leroy Greer is suing the online florist for revealing to his wife that he had flowers delivered to his girlfriend -- resulting in said wife divorcing his sorry ass. I'm not an expert just someone who watches Law & Order re-runs, but it seems to me 1-800-Flowers should settle out of court. However, if it goes to trial Mr. Greer is gonna lose big time. ROTFLMAO ~ Go ahead y'all discuss . . . I know we have some lawyers in our midst. Can the plaintiff win this case? If so do you think he will receive the requested $1,000,000.00?