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NYU Law Student Calls for End to Palestinian 'Genocide,' Blames Israel 

Ryna Workman, the New York University Law School student who had a job offer rescinded over comments blaming Israel for a Saturday, Oct. 7 Hamas attack that left 1,400 dead, doubled down on their comments. So reports ABC News.


Ex-Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Accused of Sex Trafficking

Actor David Bradberry filed a lawsuit accusing Mike Jeffries, the former CEO of clothing store Abercrombie & Fitch, of running a sex-trafficking operation. So reports CBS News.


Ex-Publix Assistant Managers File Labor Lawsuit Over Unpaid OT  

Several former employees of the grocery chain Publix filed a lawsuit alleging they were forced to work unpaid overtime. So reports the News 4 Jax.


Khashoggi Widow’s Spyware Suit Tossed Over Jurisdiction  

A federal judge tossed out a lawsuit brought against the NSO Group by Jamal Khashoggi’s widow. So reports The Washington Post.


LSAT Dumps 'Logic Games' Section After ADA Lawsuit  

The Law School Admission Test will no longer feature its “logic games” section. So Reuters reports.


Trump Allies Chesebro, Powell Plead Guilty in 2020 Election Fraud Case  

Attorney Kenneth Chesebro, who was accused of helping former President Donald Trump to overturn the results of the 2020 election, pleaded guilty to charges related to the conspiracy. So reports CNN.


Fresh Off $4B Amazon Investment, Anthropic Facing AI Lawsuit from Major Record Labels  

Several major record labels including Universal Music Group filed a lawsuit against Anthropic for using AI to “distribute copyrighted lyrics without a licensing deal.” So reports Axios.


Ex-Lawmaker Gets 6 Months In Jail for COVID-19 Relief Fraud

Former state Rep. Joe Harding was sentenced to a six-month stay in federal prison for defrauding a coronavirus relief program. So reports NBC News.


Spanish Footballer Jenni Hermoso Considers Lawsuit After Testimony Leaks

Spain international footballer Jenni Hermoso is weighing legal options after her video testimony pertaining to the investigation into Luis Rubiales was leaked. So reports the ESPN.


NYU Law Bar President Loses Out On Job After Defending Hamas  

Ryna Workman, the Bar Association president at New York University’s Law School, had a job offer rescinded after defending Hamas’ actions in the Middle East. So reports The Daily Mail.


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