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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…

75 percent of attorneys at U.S. companies say a state’s lawsuit environment is likely to impact important business decisions at their company, including where to locate or expand according to a new survey released by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR). That is an 18 percent increase from eight years ago, and an…

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