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Louisville, Breonna Taylor's Family Agree to 'Historic' Settlement

The city of Louisville agreed to pay $12 million to Breonna Taylor’s family, in addition to enacting “sweeping police reforms,” in order to settle the family’s wrongful death suit against the city. So reports CNN.


Tesla Case Accusing Ex-employee of Stealing Trade Secrets Moving Ahead

A federal judge has tossed a defamation lawsuit brought by former Tesla employee Martin Tripp while also allowing a lawsuit against him to move forward. So reports Ars Technica.


Julian Assange's Lawyer: Trump Offered Extradition Deal

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s lawyer said President Donald Trump “indirectly” offered him a deal that would exchange the source of leaked documents prior to the 2016 election for a promise to avoid extradition to America. So reports Yahoo! News.


Dr. Dre Sued By Estranged Wife Over Alleged 'Secretly' Transferred Trademarks

Dr. Dre’s estranged wife is suing the business mogul and performer claiming she is co-owner to his name and landmark album: “The Chronic.” So reports Page Six.


Facebook, Instagram Sued in Federal Court Over Camera Access

Facebook and Instagram are being sued in federal court for allegedly spying on users via mobile phone cameras. So reports The Hill.


Law School Enrollment in BIPOC Populations Down for 4th Straight Year: Report

Law School enrollment for students of color is ticking down, according to a statistical analysis from Enjuris. Per Enjuris, an accident victim legal resource, enrollment again slowed in 2019 and was down to 30.01% of the incoming class.


EPA General Counsel Matt Leopold Leaving Agency

EPA General Counsel Matt Leopold is planning to leave the agency after almost three years of work there amid “mixed reviews” of his litigation record. So reports Politico.


Elon University School of Law Boasts Record Enrollment, Incoming Class

Elon University School of Law will welcome its largest ever first-year class as 164 new students have been added to the roll this fall. So reports the News & Record.


Fox News Talking Head Andrew Napolitano Sued for Sexual Assault

Former judge and T.V. personality Andrew Napolitano is being sued for “sexual assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress” after allegedly luring an accused arsonist in a case he was presiding over to his home and forcing him to perform sexual acts. So reports Law and Crime.


NFL's RG III Dodges Commission Bill as Clock Runs Out on Lawsuit

Sports agent Ben Dogra has missed his window to recover unpaid commissions from Baltimore Ravens reserve quarterback Robert Griffin III. So reports the St Louis Post-Dispatch.


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