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Virginia Election Czar Out, State Withdraws from Voter Roll Program  

Joshua Lief is stepping down from his role in the attorney general’s office in Virginia in order to “pursue other opportunities.” So reports the Virginia Mercury.


Recently Discovered Letter from Brian Laundrie’s Mom Discusses 'Burying a Body'

The emotional distress lawsuit between Gabby Petito’s parents and the parents of her purported killer, Brian Laundrie, now includes a “burn after reading” letter written from Laundrie’s parents to their son. So reports Yahoo! News.


Hugh Grant’s Illegal Snooping Lawsuit Against The Sun Can Proceed: Judge  

Hugh Grant’s lawsuit alleging The Sun tabloid illegally snooped around his activities can proceed. So reports the Associated Press.


History-making Justice Timmons-Goodson Tapped to Head N.C. Central’s Law School  

Patricia Timmons-Goodson, who at one time served in the North Carolina Supreme Court, is slated to take over as dean of Durham’s N.C. Central University School of Law. So reports the News & Observer.


Trump Lawyer Resigns Amid Apparent Personality Conflicts On Legal Team  

Tim Parlatore, an attorney working on former President Donald Trump’s defense team, is resigning for “personal” reasons. So reports Politico.


NFL Agent’s Lawyer Calls for Full Investigation Into Bribery Accusations  

NFL agent David Canter is facing an investigation into comments he allegedly made in jest suggesting he offered inducements to executives willing to draft his clients. So reports NBC Sports.


Little Surprise as Montana TikTok Ban Heads to Court

A cohort of five TikTok content producers filed a lawsuit aimed at overturning Montana’s ban of the app. So reports the Associated Press.


Proposed $1B DoorDash Lawsuit Seeks Damages for 'Inappropriate' Fee Structure  

A planned class-action lawsuit alleges DoorDash charges a different rate for iPhone users and has been charging certain DashPass customers other inappropriate fees. So reports Business Insider.


Environmental Groups Sue NM Over Drilling Pollution, Put Constitution At Heart of Suit  

New Mexico and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham are facing a lawsuit alleging they failed to protect residents from gas and oil pollution per their constitutional requirement. So reports the Associated Press.


After Protest, U.S. News Publishes New Law School Rankings  

After several notable universities raised issues with the publication, U.S. News & World Report unveiled its new law school rankings list. So reports The Hill.


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