After Fusion Garage left Michael Arrington and his Crunchpad standing at the altar, sad a dejected, only to go to a different wedding with some hussy named JooJoo, one thing seemed obvious: Somone was going to get sued, and soon. And that's exactly what's happened. And with INTERSERVE doing business as TECHCRUNCH and CRUNCHPAD INC versus FUSION GARAGE LTD, filed yesterday afternoon, that's exactly what's happened.

This is the first step in what will no doubt be a long legal slog (at least in blog years), but if you're into this kind of thing, dig in. This is not a happy plaintiff:


What's this mean for you? Well, if you were excited about the JooJoo, you should continue to be. But as we said before, preordering this thing—if Arrington's lawsuit has even a hint of truth to it regarding the lack of lack of Fusion Garage's sound capital resource—is no longer an option for the sane or even marginally patient. I mean, just wait til it ships and gets reviewed before giving these guys any money, ok?