US Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Tuesday reversed his newly implemented US Postal Service (USPS) policies, as several states filed a legal challenge. On Monday both DeJoy and President Donald Trump were sued for defunding the USPS months before millions of Americans were to cast mail-in ballots for the November election. Another lawsuit was filed [...]

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A federal appeals court on Monday overturned a $21 million judgment awarded to Tiffany & Co against Costco Wholesale for violating the Lanham Act. The original trademark infringement suit alleged that Costco infringed on the Tiffany name by selling diamond engagement rings branded as “Tiffany.” Costco argued that it was using the word “Tiffany” to [...]

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Several individuals sued both President Donald Trump and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy Monday over funding of the US Postal Service (USPS) as millions of Americans are expected to take advantage of mail-in voting for the November election. The complaint, filed in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, argues that DeJoy’s [...]

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Florida postponed its bar exam on Sunday, two days before the test was scheduled to take place. The Florida Board of Bar Examiners “determined that administering a secure and reliable remote bar examination in August was not technically feasible.” As a result of this cancellation, the Board created a supervised practice program that will allow [...]

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Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has announced that he has withdrawn his lawsuit against Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. Governor Kemp initially sued Mayor Bottoms after she moved to impose a city-wide mask mandate due to the sharp increase in coronavirus cases in Atlanta and its surrounding areas. Kemp said that the city was seeking to [...]

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A federal judge on Tuesday upheld a New York order requiring out-of-state travelers to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival in the state. This lawsuit originated in response to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order. Plaintiffs in the suit argued that this order encroached on the fundamental liberty of citizens’ ability to travel freely [...]

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The US Supreme Court declined Monday to halt a lower court’s ruling that permits colleges to compensate student athletes for education-related expenses. This antitrust litigation originated in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, where it was determined that student athletes who participate in Football Bowl Subdivision football and Division I basketball [...]

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A federal judge has ordered all detainees at the Mesa Verde Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) center to be tested for coronavirus. The decision issued Thursday was a result of a class action suit brought by detainees alleging that ICE had refused to take any meaningful action to mitigate the spread of coronavirus throughout the [...]

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Canadian-American musician Neil Young sued President Donald Trump Tuesday for copyright infringement, saying that Trump used two of his songs, Rockin’ in the Free World and Devil’s Sidewalk, without permission during a campaign rally. The complaint alleges that President Trump’s re-election campaign “willfully ignored Plaintiff’s telling it not to play the Songs and willfully proceeded [...]

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A US District Of Columbia federal court has agreed to rehear the case about Michael Flynn’s prosecution en banc. This decision comes months after a smaller panel of DC Circuit judges ruled 2-1 that Michael Flynn’s case must be dismissed in accordance with the Department of Justice’s decision The order, issued Thursday, did not provide [...]

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