Legal Law

Morning Docket: 03/22/21

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* Tesla’s board of directors reportedly did not hire a lawyer to regulate Elon Musk’s tweets. Sounds like this could be a pretty fun job. [Business Insider]

* A new lawsuit alleges that Arkansas police arrested and searched a black law student for the color of his skin. [ABC News]

* A Pennsylvania prosecutor is in hot water after reportedly working for DoorDash during work hours. This might exemplify the low pay some prosecutors receive more than anything … [Fox News]

College students continue to sue universities for charging high tuition fees during the pandemic. [CBS News]

* Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen claims he learned a lot about startup businesses in prison. Could help him find a career under the law … [Market Watch]

Jordan Rothman is a partner at Rothman Law Firm, a full-service law firm in New York and New Jersey. He is also the founder of Student Debt Diaries, a website that discusses how he paid off his student loan. You can contact Jordan by email at [email protected]

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