Alright, I am really a geek when it comes to off beat cases. This is not to say that I wax quixotic about Supreme Court pronouncements on tax or IP law. What I like are those weird cases that come up from the trial courts where the two sides obviously hate each other (and sometimes with good cause). The best ones, which I have seen anyways, come from Family Court cases involving dissolutions (or what normal people call divorces). My all time favorite one is the "Stalingrad Defense" case, which I have lost the link.
But the one that popped up on law.com today seems like fun. Apparently the wife is not disputing the marriage, but disputing the divorce, which apparently took place almost 20 years ago. The link to the article is here.