The lawsuit against Topps for not producing a Josh Harrison Topps Now card containing an error has been formally dismissed. Case 16JE-CC00562 – PAUL LESKO V THE TOPPS COMPANY, INC. has dissolved just a few months after it began.
Fledgling lawyer, turned book writer, Paul Lesko and his attorney Brandon Michael Wise, ironically of the Wise Firm, must have run out of marijuana or had to return to flipping burgers.
Lesko, who claims in a recent Cardboard Connection article that he believes, “in resolving cases outside of the courthouse whenever possible.” Yet, Lesko decided to sue Topps less than a month after receiving the Topps Now card in question.
Lesko must have never had to wait for Topps to fulfill a redemption card!
Here is an article about the case when it was initially filed: Courthouse News
Sports Card Radio reached out to Topps who have not responded to requests for comment.
These images come from eBay, where several sellers have the incorrect card pictured. I wonder if Lesko will sue them next.