Legal Law

Morning Docket: 09.16.20

* The New York Attorney General has announced a settlement with Dunkin’ over a security breach. I don’t mind others knowing how much pumpkin coffee I’ve been drinking… (CBS News)

* Oral arguments at New York’s highest court were canceled earlier this month because one of the attorneys had a high temperature. (Brooklyn Eagle)

* The Justice Department is looking into whether John Bolton (not Michael Bolton) improperly divulged confidential information in his new book. (Fox News)

* A Texas lawyer has pleaded guilty to smuggling drugs into a jail. (CBS News)

* Facebook apparently may be subject to an antitrust lawsuit sometime this year. MySpace is still a competitor of theirs…. right? (Yahoo News)

* The family of Breonna Taylor has settled their claims against the City of Louisville, Kentucky, for $12 million. (CNN)

* A new lawsuit asserts Bud Light’s Lime-A-Ritas falsely suggest they have tequila. Maybe Bud can assert the “beer before liquor, never sicker” defense. (Fox News)

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