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Yahoo! Breach Settlement Class Could Get Up to $358 Each

Those who used a Yahoo! product from January 2012 through 2016 are eligible for a piece of a class-action lawsuit as the web company suffered a series of substantial data breaches. So reports Inc.


SCOTUS New Questioning Procedures Bucked By Sotomayor in Immigration Case

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor prematurely interrupted an attorney arguing before the court, seemingly breaking the court’s newly instituted “two minute rule.” So reports The Hill.


Wisconsin Lawyer Arrested on Stalking, Battery Charges

Matthew Russell Meyer, a Milwaukee defense attorney, was arrested for allegedly stalking, threatening and abusing an ex-girlfriend. So reports The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.


San Fran, NRA Exchange Shots Over 'Terrorist' Designation

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit filed by the NRA, which accuses the city’s Board of Supervisors of infringing on its First Amendment rights. So reports The San Francisco Chronicle.


Couple Sues Taco Bell Over Ad and $2.18 'Overcharge'

Nelson Estrella-Rojas and Joann Estrella, of New Jersey, are taking Taco Bell to federal court over what they claim was a $2.18 overcharge. So reports WMUR9.


AG Barr Addresses Notre Dame Students At Closed Door Event

Attorney General William Barr spoke at the University of Notre Dame law school where he attended an event at the school's McCartan Courtroom. So reports the The Hill.


Ex-Rep. Gowdy Can't Join Legal Team Until January: Trump

Former congressman Trey Gowdy will reportedly join President Donald Trump’s legal team as he faces an impeachment inquiry, but he will not be able to start until next year. So reports CNBC.


Cop Charged in 'Russian Roulette' Death Hit with Lawsuit

Nathaniel Hendren, a St. Louis police officer who was charged in the fatal shooting of a colleague after a game of Russian roulette, is being sued by the dead officer's mother. So reports The Star Tribune.


Lawyer Sues Airbnb After He's Hit with Rock While Sleeping in NYC Park

Joseph Rakofsky, a new Jersey lawyer who claims he was forced to sleep on a park bench in Manhattan after an Airbnb booking dispute, is suing the rental company. So reports The New York Post.


Hotel Guest Arrested for Loitering Sues for Racial Discrimination

Jermaine Massey, a guest at an Oregon Double Tree hotel who was arrested for loitering in the lobby, is suing the hotel for $10 million. So reports The Washington Post.


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