News Roundup

News Roundup (2002)

NY Man Calls Foul on McDonald’s, Wendy’s Over Burger Ads

Justin Chimienti, of New York, is suing two fast-food giants over the size of their burgers. So reports the Daily Voice.


Texas AG Sues Google Over Private Browsing Practices  

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Google over alleged practices related to its “private browsing” mode. So reports U.S. News & World Report.


Internet Speculation Rampant with Rumors of Depp-attorney Relationship

Speculation about the relationship between embattled actor Johnny Depp and his attorney Camille Vasquez raged as the latter declined to answer directly when questioned about the matter. So reports Yahoo!


Berkeley Law to Allow Native American Students to Attend Cost-free  

The University of California Berkeley School of Law announced it will cover all tuition costs for Native American students in an effort to bolster enrollment in that demographic. So reports Reuters.


Mother Suing TikTok After Child Dies Doing 'Blackout Challenge'

Tawainna Anderson, the mother of a young girl who died while attempting the “Blackout Challenge” circulating on TikTok is suing the social media company and its parent company for their part in her death. So reports NBC News.


Haley Taylor Schlitz Makes History with Graduation from Dedman School of Law  

Haley Taylor Schlitz, 19, has become the youngest Black graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas. So reports ABC News.


Attorney for WNBA's Griner: Trial Could Be Soon After Brief Detention Extension  

WNBA star Brittney Griner will be held in Russia for at least another month as her pre-trial detention was extended. So reports NBC News.


Congressmen Expected to Challenge 'Unprecedented' Subpoenaed by Jan. 6 Committee

Five Republican congressmen have been subpoenaed by the committee investing the Capitol riot that took place on Jan. 6, 2021. So reports NBC News.


NY Appeals Court Drops AG James’ Amazon Lawsuit, Says Federal Law Takes Precedent  

The lawsuit filed by New York State Attorney General Letitia James accusing Amazon of “failing to reasonably protect workers against COVID-19” and allegedly retaliating against workers who spoke out against poor working conditions was dismissed. So reports Gothamist.


Jacob Blake Drops Civil Rights Suit Against Cop Who Shot Him

Jacob Blake, who was shot by a Kenosha police officer in 2020, sparking days of protests, has dropped his civil rights suit against the officer. So reports USA Today.


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