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Saints Fan's Lawsuit Over 'No-call' Tossed in Louisiana Court

The Louisiana Supreme Court tossed a lawsuit filed over an infamous "no-call" late in the 2019 NFC Championship game. So reports Yahoo.

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Calif. Mandates Free Legal Services for Low-income Residents in Custody Cases

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a new law requiring free legal counsel for low-income residents with respect to matters of child custody, housing-related issues and probate conservatorships. So reports Jurist.

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Benesch Law Firm Touts New Parental Leave As Tops In Industry

An 80+ year-old law firm is touting a revamped parental leave program that provides 20 weeks of fully-paid leave for new parents. So reports Above The Law.

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Top Alphabet Lawyer Accused of Numerous 'Dalliances' with Subordinates

David Drummond, the chief legal officer of Google parent Alphabet, has been accused of ignoring company policy by enganging in myriad office romances with subordinates. So reports The New York Post.

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Colorodo Woman Sues After Delivering Baby Alone in Jail Cell

Diana Sanchez, who was left to give birth alone in a Colorodo jail, has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court. So reports USA Today.

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Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Assault with Lysol Can at Louisville Hall of Justice

An apparent altercation in the Louisville Hall of Justice conference room led to a guilty plea to fourth-degree assault from attorney Lindsey Scott, who allegedly hit colleague James "J.R." Moore in the head with a can of Lysol. So reports The Courier-Journal.

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Johnson & Johnson Hit with $572M Fine by Oklahoma Judge

Johnson & Johnson has been deemed accountable for contributing to the nation's opioid epidemic and has been ordered to pay $572 million by an Oklahoma judge. So reports CNBC.

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Faithless Electors Not Bound By Popular Vote: Ruling

A federal appeals court has ruled that electors who cast ballots in presidential elections cannot be forced to follow ther results of the popular vote in the state's they represent. So reports NBC News.

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NYC Man Wrongfully Imprisoned Gets $9.75M

Mark Denny, who was first convicted in 1987 for the rape and robbery of an 18-year-old woman, and then later wrongfully convicted for “sodomy, coercion, rape, and robbery,” will receive $9.75 million after being exonerated. So reports Vibe.

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13 States Sue Admininstration Over New Green Card Rules

Thirteen states have filed a lawsuit challenging the Administration’s recent decision to “limit access to green cards for immigrants” who enjoy certain benefits. So reports CNN.

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