Plaintiff Juliette Morizur and Plaintiff Kelly Nelson, along with other plaintiffs (at least one of whom dismissed his claims with prejudice, evidencing the sham nature of those claims) sued Sea World Parks and Entertainment, Inc. in 2015, claiming that they bought tickets to or bought a stuffed animal at SeaWorld because they allegedly relied on

For the second time in the past few years, a federal court has awarded attorneys’ fees to a defendant accused of violating the ESA, “when the plaintiff’s claims are frivolous, unreasonable, or without foundation, or when the plaintiff has continued to litigate after they have clearly become so.” Wildearth Guardians v. Kirkpatrick, et al