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Watch the video above to learn more about the ridiculous lawsuits in this episode of the “Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2015″: Women Sustain ‘Scratches’ in NYC Explosion, File $40 Million Lawsuit  Actress Mila Kunis Cries ‘Fowl’ Over Stolen Chicken Lawsuit ‘Playing Time’ Lawsuit Served Up by Teen Volleyball Player’s Family 

British nature photographer David Slater positioned a camera for a 6-year-old macaque monkey for a series of popular “monkey selfies” — and now animal rights activists have filed a federal lawsuit claiming the monkey, not Slater, owns the copyright to the photos. The suit was filed in San Francisco by People for the Ethical Treatment of…

Man robs a bank. Tries to flee. Points a gun at a police officer. Gets shot twice. Then, he sues the county for $3.6 million? Believe it or not, that’s exactly what happened. Todd Kirkpatrick was interrupted by the police in the middle of a bank robbery and ran away from a Snohomish County, WA…

On September 10, 2015, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner joins Lisa A. Rickard, President, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, in a press conference to release the 2015 Lawsuit Climate Rankings. View the full rankings at InstituteforLegalReform.com.

Rio Sabadicci’s company is the creator of the Vinturi Aerator — a product that allows you to aerate your wine before sipping. Unfortunately, his company was recently sued — not for the actual product, but because of its “Made in the USA” label. “This whole product is made in the US,” said Michael Tannenbaum, Sabadicci’s lawyer. The…

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