New Year's revelers (of varying degrees of sobriety) provide ample fodder for this week's edition of T.G.I.FindLaw! So while you may have already recovered from your New Year's hangover, for these folks the legal headaches are just beginning...
Bouncers at a Miami nightclub may have messed with the wrong patron. Clubgoer Alex Rubin, who's also an attorney, claims he and 11 friends were blocked from entering a New Year's bash -- despite having paid $60 apiece for tickets.
When Rubin's posse arrived at the Louis Bar-Lounge after 1 a.m., bouncers allegedly told them the party had ended. But Rubin's keen clubbing senses picked up pulsating music inside the lounge.