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Veteran LV Lawyer Dies While Swimming Off Coast of Hawaii  

Veteran Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer Daniel Bunin has died while swimming in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of south Maui beach. So reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal.


Judge Tosses Suit By Radio Host After Firing for Comments About Korean Golfers  

A U.S. District Court judge in Florida sided with the PGA Tour and dismissed a lawsuit filed against the pro golf league by radio host Hank Haney. So reports the Golf Channel.


Weinstein Indictment Amended As Courts Grapple with Statute of Limitations Considerations

A grand jury has amended the indictment against embattled producer Harvey Weinstein and he is now facing 11 Los Angeles County sexual assault charges. So reports The New York Daily News.


Vaccine Mandate Suit from NYC Restaurant Owners Could Shape Broader Policy  

New York City’s recently penned executive order mandating that restaurant patrons must be vaccinated in order to dine-in is shaping up to be a litmus test for how other municipalities and governments around the nation handle post-vaccine life. The ink on the page had barely dried before a group of restaurant owners filed a lawsuit in the state Supreme Court challenging the order.


NY Gov. Cuomo Facing First Criminal Accusation in Sexual Harassment Scandal

Embattled Gov. Andrew Cuomo is facing a criminal complaint in Albany County after an aide accused him of groping her at the executive mansion. So reports Forbes.


Police Investing Murder of Queens Lawyer, Suspect Unhappy Client  

Charles Zolot, a lawyer from Queens, New York, was found dead in his office. He could have been the target of a “disgruntled client.” So reports The New York Post.


Students Challenging Vax Requirements at Public Universities

A handful of college and graduate students have decided to sue their respective schools over COVID-19 vaccination requirements at public universities around the nation. So reports The Wall Street Journal.


Attorneys Must Pay Defendant's Legal Fees in Baseless 2020 Election Fraud Case

Two Colorado attorneys are facing penalties from a federal magistrate after they filed lawsuits alleging the 2020 presidential election was fraudulently stolen from former President Donald Trump. So reports the Associated Press.


Massive Surge in Law School Applicants

Law school applications have spiked close to 13% according to information from the Law School Admission Council. So reports Reuters.


Cuomo Signs 'Nalia's Law' Raising Age of Marriage Consent to 18 in New York

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made official a new provision raising the legal age of marriage consent to 18 after he signed the recently passed “Nalia's Law.” So reports NBC News.


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