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Migrants Separated During Trump-era Expected to Live in U.S. Permanently: Lawyer

Lawyers representing migrant families separated during former President Donald Trump’s administration said they expect more than 1,000 reunifications are coming in the near future. So reports NBC News.


Standing Bear Descendant Calls on Harvard to Return Ancestral Tomahawk

Brett Chapman, an Oklahoma attorney with Pawnee, Ponca and Kiowa heritage, is calling for Harvard University to return the single-handed axe wielded by Ponca chief Standing Bear. So reports The Guardian.


JOCO to Remain Operational as NYC Challenges New Bike-share Service

JOCO, a privately-run bike share in New York City, will be allowed to continue to operate as litigation challenging its services proceeds. So reports the The New York Post.


PlayStation User Sues Sony Third-party Downloads

A Sony PlayStation user is suing the company after arguing it has an “illegal monopoly” on games purchased digitally via its online platform. So reports Polygon.


Legal Interpreting Certification Program Coming to Northwestern in August

Northwestern College will soon offer an online “legal interpreting” certificate for students who are bilingual in English and Spanish. So reads an announcement from the school.


Emory U Law Asks Darren Hutchinson to Be Inaugural John Lewis Chair

Emory University School of Law has named Darren Hutchinson as its inaugural John Lewis Chair for Civil Rights and Social Justice. So reports The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.


Feds Raid Giuliani Offices, Apartment As Ukraine Probe Heats Up

Federal authorities raided the offices and Manhattan apartment of Rudy Giuliani, who served as former President Donald Trump’s personal attorney. So reports USA Today.


White Farmers Call Race-Based Loan Forgiveness Program Unconstitutional

A group of farmers from Wisconsin, Ohio, Minnesota and South Dakota are suing the government because they are not eligible to participate in a loan forgiveness program due to the fact that they are white. So reports the Associated Press.


Litigation Alleging Trump Told DoD to 'Screw Amazon' Can Proceed: Judge

A lawsuit alleging former President Donald Trump steered a government defense contract toward Microsoft will be allowed to move forward after a federal judge rejected a dismissal. So reports The Verge


Woman Sues After Contracting Ocular Herpes at Makeup Counter

Tammeka Hill is suing MAC cosmetics after claiming she contracted ocular herpes from one of their counters at a Pennsylvania mall. So reports an Action News 6, an ABC affiliate.


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