Just so no one gets the wrong impression: I am not a lawyer, nor have I ever played one on tv. I just have a character defect that causes me to sometimes enjoy reading court documents.
There's an interesting one cited as 47 F.3d 1099 that has only 11 numbered paragraphs and a footnote. It's the United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit basically saying, oops, we were wrong on this point, so, in addition to all those counterclaims we awarded against you, we're agreeing with the Florida Supreme Court and taking away the "tortious interference claim" as well.
It references an earlier case cited as 991 F.2d 1533. That one's a bit longer. It's still fascinating, though, if you have a suitable character defect.
(sec.edgar is also fascinating reading sometimes).