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Mueller Conspiracy Theory Lawsuit Tossed

A federal judge tossed a lawsuit filed by conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi who alleged once special counsel Robert Mueller coerced him to testify for his role coordinating a publication of stolen Democratic emails. So reports The Hill.


Sexual Orientation at Heart of St. Louis Police Lawsuit

The St. Louis County executive took issue with legal staff arguing that Sgt. Keith Wildhaber’s case should be tossed since it's legal to "discriminate" against gays in the state. So reports St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


New Procedures for Homeless to Come from San Diego Encroachment Settlement

The number of homeless people, who are arrested or receive citations for obstructing public places and sidewalks in San Diego, is expected to drop after a tentative agreement from a federal lawsuit. So reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.


Apple’s Former Anti-Insider Trading Czar Arrested for Insider Trading

Former Apple attorney, Gene Levoff, who was once in charge of policing insider trading within the company, has been indicted for insider trading. So reports the CNBC.


Ubisoft Sues Dutch Cheat Maker for Spoiling 'Rainbow Six'

An underage Dutch video game cheat-maker who goes by the name J.V.L is being sued by Ubisoft in the Central District of California for his alleged role in making the “Budget Edition Rainbow Six: Siege Cheat.” So reports Ars Technica.


Brad Pitt to Remain on 'Make It Right' Katrina Lawsuit: Judge

After accusations Brad Pitt’s charity 'Make It Right' built inadequate homes for victims of Hurricane Katrina, a Civil District Court judge ruled the actor will remain a defendant in the lawsuit that's alleging as much. So reports People.


MLB Umpire Sues ex-Catcher Over Cheating Allegation

Major League Baseball umpire Joe West filed a lawsuit against former player Paul Lo Duca after the ex-catcher claimed West took bribes from pitcher Billy Wagner. So reports The Bleacher Report.


Lug Nuts and Breasts for Boys Among October's Top Verdicts

From unscrewed lug nuts to unwanted breasts for boys, here are some notable verdicts from October.


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.


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