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London Taxi Drivers Threaten Lawsuit Against Uber Over Direct Hails

Uber is looking at potential legal action from a coalition of London taxi drivers as the group has accused the company of unlawful operation in the U.K. So reports MarketWatch.

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Legal Association Wants Giuliani Investigated Over Attempt to Overthrow Election

Lawyers Defending American Democracy, a prominent attorney trade group, filed an 18-page complaint of Rudy Giuliani seeking to have his license to practice law temporarily suspended. So reports Business Insider.

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Biden’ Administration Gets Hit with First Big Lawsuit As Texas Challenges Immigration Policy

After President Joe Biden ordered a stop to the deportation of a majority of undocumented immigrants, Texas filed a lawsuit in opposition to the move just days into his presidency. So reports Bloomberg.

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NRA Case in NY Can Move Forward in State Court: Judge

A judge in New York denied a request by the National Rifle Association (NRA) to throw out a lawsuit aiming to dissolve the advocacy group. So reports the Associated Press.

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Mass. Attorney Charged with Rape While Out On Bail for Rape Charge

Gary Zerola, a Massachusetts lawyer accused of rape several times, has been ordered to be held with no bail on another rape charge. So reports an NECN, an NBC affiliate.

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Terminated GitHub Worker Who Warned 'Nazis' Afoot Seeks Legal Avenues of Reconciliation

A concerned GitHub employee who warned “Nazis are about” as the U.S. Capitol was stormed by a mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters is seeking legal representation upon being terminated. So reports TechCrunch.

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Harvard Taps Former Grad, Industry Vet As Dean for Administration

Harvard Law School announced L. Tracee Whitley will serve as the school’s dean for administration. So reports Harvard Law Today.

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Washington State’s Culp Backs Away from Election Fraud Claims

Republican Loren Culp, who lost the race for governor of Washington, is backing away from allegations of “widespread election irregularities and fraud.” So reports The Seattle Times.

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Amazon Accused of Collusion with 'Big Five' Over eBook Sales

Amazon.com was hit with a class-action lawsuit accusing it of “colluding” with top publishers to inflate eBook prices. So reports Reuters.

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College Student Points to $1 Taylor Swift Sexual Assault Verdict in Free Speech Case

A $1 award won by pop star Taylor Swift during a 2017 sexual assault case was cited during oral arguments in a recent “freedom of speech” lawsuit before the Supreme Court. So reports The Hill.

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