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Ex-Coldplay Manager Sues Band Over Unpaid Commissions  

Dave Holmes, the former manager of the band Coldplay, is suing the band for more than $12 million for allegedly unpaid commissions. So reports Variety.


Penn State Merger Recommendations Now In The Hands of University President Neeli Bendapudi  

Penn State is continuing to work toward reuniting its two independently accredited law schools. So reports


Trump Team: Move Election Interference Trial to 2026  

Donald Trump’s legal team has requested the ex-president’s 2020 election interference trial be moved to April of 2026. So reports NPR.


Lawsuit: Unlimited Flight Pass Actually A 'Bait-and-Switch' Scheme  

A South Carolina woman filed a lawsuit alleging Frontier Airlines’ “All You Can Fly Pass” is “inoperable,” and as such, amounts to little more than a “bait-and-switch scheme.” So reports CBS News.


Court Sides with Catholic School in Legal Battle Over Teacher Fired for Being Unwed, Pregnant 

New Jersey’s high court said a Catholic school acted within the scope of its legal rights by firing an “unmarried pregnant teacher” who failed to “abstain from premarital sex.” So reports the NBC News.


Germany Inches Closer to Legalized Recreational Marijuana  

The German government sent a bill to legalize the use and cultivation of recreational marijuana to its parliament. So reports Reuters.


Trump Looks to SCOTUS As Legal Troubles Continue  

Former President Donald Trump called on the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene after pleading not guilty to charges brought as a result of his purported role in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riots. So reports The Hill.


Columbia Law School Quickly Removes Video Admissions Requirement

Columbia Law School has walked back a plan to have prospective students submit a video of themselves as part of their applications. So reports the Daily Mail.


Tesla Facing Class-action Over 'Falsely Advertised' Mileage Ranges

A cohort of Tesla owners is suing the car maker after alleging the milage range projections of its electric vehicles are exaggerated to boost sales. So reports The Washington Post.


Family of Henrietta Lacks Settles Lawsuit 70 Years After Groundbreaking Medical Research

The family of former Johns Hopkins Hospital patient Henrietta Lacks has settled a lawsuit against the biotech company that used her cervical cells for research. So reports the Associated Press.


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