A lawsuit was filed today in the Court of Unusual Pleas on behalf of the heirs of the late Roberta Plinkmann against Jean-Louis-Lucrèce-Antoine’s Parisian Brasserie. According to the filing, Mrs. Plinkmann died shortly after consuming a croque madame sandwich purchased at the plaintiff’s establishment. It is the contention of the restaurant, which is represented by the Culinary Law Practice of Rufinus & Rufinus, that “the potential effects of the comestible in question are so plainly laid out in the very name on the menu that a patron who orders it must be regarded as having assumed the risk.”