Would you sue for a $1m reward? | Poll

Would you sue for a $1m reward? | Poll

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New After losing a laptop containing important files, the record producer and singer-songwriter Ryan Leslie offered a $1m reward. A German man returned it ... only to then sue for the reward when Leslie failed to pay up. The jury sided with him. Would you sue for a reward?...
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