@tycobb: Sure give me about five or so minutes.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2001/11/28/us_court_ruling_nixes_software/ Heres one, I'll post more in a few.
The guy got off because Adobe never put the agreements in a physical form. He said he never ran the program which contained the EULA. EULAs are still binding according to this case and now almost all of the legal jargon is written down on the physical media and/or package (probably because of this case). You have to also understand that this article is from 2001 when physical media was still in full force.