Earlier today, attorney Herbert Riggman confirmed that he has filed a class action suit in a Northern California court against everybody, on behalf of the entire world. The suit alleges that the working conditions in an illegal factory were unsafe at the time the factory was used to violate every patent, and that the proceeds of that factory were never used to finish paying for the boat you bought last year.
Additionally, the lawsuit contends that deceptive advertising practices caused Riggman's customers to be unfairly locked a into wireless carrier contract that can cause cancer if used to pirate music while ordering computer memory from a dealer who engaged in price-fixing tactics.
Riggman is seeking infinite compensatory and punitive damages, claiming that his clients suffered a variety of "intellectual property damages, loss of sales, health care costs, global warming, rain, auto accidents, lack of motivation, grumpiness, general bad luck, and miscellaneous ouchies."
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